Resource Documents: Latvia (2 items)
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Author: Bezrukovs, Dmitrijs
[abstract] The reflection and diffraction of external communication and navigational transmitters from tall constructions and moving blades of wind turbines produce some short-pulse additional electromagnetic interference strong enough to fully disturb radio astronomical observations. The problem of short-pulse electromagnetic interference is distinctive to all radio telescopes surrounded by wind turbines. This problem became significant for Ventspils International Radio Astronomy Centre (VIRAC) after new wind park “Platene” [near Platene and Vede] of Winergy Ltd. was built in 2012 and radio telescopes . . .More »
Author: National Wind Watch
World: Current electricity production and consumption of “low-carbon” and “renewable” electricity – click an area for details Europe: Quarter-hour load, generation, exchange – click on sample graph for other countries Europe: Hourly and daily generation, capacity factors Nordpool: Current production by source type in the Nordic power system (Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Denmark) Nordpool: Current power flow in the Nordic power system West Denmark: Electricity prices, consumption, and production today, every 5 minutes France: Quarter-hour consumption and production . . .More »