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View Resource “Southwest Windpower Consumer Guide: Siting Wind Generators

Is Wind Right for you? Wind generators are an effective source of renewable energy in many areas across the world. The American Wind Energy Association estimates there are as many as 13 million homes...

http://www.windenergy.com/documents/guides/0372_Siting_guide...
View Resource Compressed Air Energy Storage: Theory, Resources, and Applications for Wind Power

An 80-page report on underground compressed air energy storage (CAES) and its use in large wind turbines to produce a baseload energy sources.

http://www.princeton.edu/~ssuccar/caesReport.html
View Resource Small Wind Electric Systems

A nice clear explanation about small wind systems, their issues and benefits. Nice links to other issues like zoning. This three-page paper provides no pictures or graphs. The source is the US...

http://www.fact-sheets.com/science-nature/energy/wind_power/
View Resource FITness Testing: Exploring the Myths and Misconceptions about Feed-In Tariff Policies

The booklet argues that in spite of the recent surge in renewable electricity markets, the United States will need to dramatically increase the amount of installed renewable energy in order to...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc13701/
View Resource Rayleigh Distribution ModelAssist

Originally derived by Lord Rayleigh (or by his less glamorous name J.W. Strutt) in the field of acoustics. The graph below shows various Rayleigh distributions. The distribution in black is a...

http://www.vosesoftware.com/ModelRiskHelp/index.htm#Distribu...
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