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View Resource Eastern Wind Integration and Transmission Study — Preliminary Findings

A nine-page paper on the Eastern Wind Integration and Transmission Study, which is one of the largest regional wind integration studies to date, examining the operational impact of 20% and 30% wind...
View Resource Nebraska Wind Integration Study

A 439-page Subcontract Report, NREL's Wind Systems Integration team worked with the Nebraska Power Association to conduct a state-wide wind integration study. The study evaluates wind penetrations up...
View Resource Western Wind and Solar Integration Study

A 536-page report, the Western Wind and Solar Integration Study (WWSIS) is one of the largest regional wind and solar integration studies to date. It was initiated in 2007 to examine the operational...
View Resource Wind Turbines: a Social Network for the Wind Turbine Community

The first social network for the wind turbine community where the public and professionals can come together to get advice, share ideas and network for career advancement. NOTE: Search ?wind j...
View Resource Assessing Risks to Migratory Wildlife from Wind Energy Development

Wind offers an alternative energy solution that appears to be environmentally friendly and sustainable, yet considerable uncertainty remains as to the risks and potential impacts on migratory and...
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