Tag Archives: WIND MAPPING

How big do you think turbines will be by 2020?

  Today’s turbines can be mind-bogglingly big, but big is not necessarily better. Mike Woebbeking, Vice President of GL group and chair of a session at EWEA 2012 in Copenhagen on 16 April that delves into turbine size, tells that … Continue reading

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Wind Mapping

Management of Meteorological Variables and Wind Mapping INTRODUCTION Once established the feasibility for the installation of wind farms in a determined country or region from the political, legal and economic point of view, the next step is to deeply study … Continue reading

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