Research Needs For Wind Resource Characterization

Research Needs For Wind Resource Characterization MEETING SUMMARIES RESEARCH NEEDS FOR WIN D RESOURCE CHARACTERIZATION BY WILLIAM J. SHAW, JULIE K . LUNDQUIST, AND SCOTT J. SCHRECK s energy deman d increases, the need to reach DOE WORKSHOP ON RESEARCH NEEDS beyon d traditional hydrocarbon-based sources of powe r is becomin g ever clearer an d is in tan- FOR WIND RESOURCE CHARACTERIZATION de m with a compelling need to reduce emissions of WHAT: Atmospheric scientists and wind industry greenhous e gases. Despite significant win d resources, participants defined priorities for research in th e U.S. currently obtains about 1% of its electric wind resource characterization to enable the powe r fro m win d generation. A recent analysis by expansion of wind power. th e U.S. Departmen t of Energ y (DOE), th e National WHEN : 14-16 January 200 8 Renewabl e Energy Laboratory (NREL), and the WHERE: Broomfield, Colorado America n Wind Energy Association demonstrated th e technical feasibility of expandin g the U.S. wind industr y to mee t 20% of U.S. electric power needs by recommendation s for ne w research. Th e remainde r of 2030 (U.S. DO E 2008). thi s repor t summarize s the reviews an http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Research Needs For Wind Resource Characterization

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/2008BAMS2729.1
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MEETING SUMMARIES RESEARCH NEEDS FOR WIN D RESOURCE CHARACTERIZATION BY WILLIAM J. SHAW, JULIE K . LUNDQUIST, AND SCOTT J. SCHRECK s energy deman d increases, the need to reach DOE WORKSHOP ON RESEARCH NEEDS beyon d traditional hydrocarbon-based sources of powe r is becomin g ever clearer an d is in tan- FOR WIND RESOURCE CHARACTERIZATION de m with a compelling need to reduce emissions of WHAT: Atmospheric scientists and wind industry greenhous e gases. Despite significant win d resources, participants defined priorities for research in th e U.S. currently obtains about 1% of its electric wind resource characterization to enable the powe r fro m win d generation. A recent analysis by expansion of wind power. th e U.S. Departmen t of Energ y (DOE), th e National WHEN : 14-16 January 200 8 Renewabl e Energy Laboratory (NREL), and the WHERE: Broomfield, Colorado America n Wind Energy Association demonstrated th e technical feasibility of expandin g the U.S. wind industr y to mee t 20% of U.S. electric power needs by recommendation s for ne w research. Th e remainde r of 2030 (U.S. DO E 2008). thi s repor t summarize s the reviews an

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Published: Apr 14, 2009

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