Resource Documents by Hansen, Lena
Can wind be a "firm" resource?
This master’s thesis examines whether wind energy variability might be reduced – and thus capacity credit obtained – by balancing the characteristics of three separate sites in North Carolina and Tennessee. It was published in the Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum, Spring 2005, pp. 341-381. “As wind is added at the other two sites, portfolio variance decreases, but so does mean portfolio output.” (p. 372) A “best” portfolio (to provide the least variability) for January was calculated – based on 1 years’ . . . Complete article »
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