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Significant alignment of wind generation in Scotland with wind generation in England and Wales

Regional differences in wind generation significantly affect the requirement for transmission reinforcement, but there is significant alignment of wind generation in Scotland with wind generation in England and Wales, i.e., little diversity. (From NETS SQSS Review, Industry Review Group Wind Criteria Workshop: Scottish and Southern Energy, SP Transmission, and National Grid)

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