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Linnemann, Thomas; and Vallana, Guido
Windenergie in Deutschland und Europa
Windenergie in Deutschland und Europa [Wind energy in Germany and Europe: Status quo, potentials, and challenges in the baseload supply of electricity – Part 1: Developments in Germany since 2010] English Abstract: In Germany, the installed nominal capacity of all wind turbines has increased eightfold over the past 16 years to 50,000 megawatts today. In the 18 most important European countries using wind energy today, the nominal capacity rose twelvefold to more than 150,000 megawatts. One essential physical property of wind . . . Complete article »

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