wind generation

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Noun1.wind generation - power derived from the wind (as by windmills)wind generation - power derived from the wind (as by windmills)
alternative energy - energy derived from sources that do not use up natural resources or harm the environment
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MORE than a dozen new "green" records were set this year for Britain's power sector, with rising solar and wind generation, and coal increasingly pushed off the grid.
Through its acquisition of Ogin's aerodynamically optimized turbine design which was developed over 10 years at a cost exceeding USD 150m, Halo Energy is leveraging the significant advancements made by Ogin in shrouded turbine technology and hoping to accelerate the adoption of on-site wind generation as a distributed energy resource.
A delegation of a leading Global Wind Energy Company visited DHA Head Office and attended a meeting chaired by Administrator DHA Brig Shahid Hassan Ali in which they presented their versatile investment and wind generation proposals in DCK using state-of-the-art modern technology for harnessing and generation of wind power.
International Resource News-December 16, 2016--Infraestructura Energetica Nova completes acquisition of Mexican wind generation facilities
In the wake of the South Australian statewide blackout, based on current information, AGL Energy Limited (AGL) today confirmed that it had operated its gas and wind generation assets in accordance with Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) requirements and the Essential Services Commission of South Australia and ElectraNet safety and connection requirements.
Rita signed an agreement to construct the first wind generation tower in the country.
Globally, wind generation capacity climbed to 318 GW in 2013 and has increased, year-over-year, an average of 37 MW since 2008.
YET again a letter last week about wind generation is full of misinformation.
5 nautical miles from the Virginia Beach coastline and has the potential to support more than 2,000 megawatts of wind generation, which is enough electricity to power around 700,000 homes, according to the DOI.
Although not a common practice, ability to manage load to integrate wind provides high system flexibility, particularly to manage the large aggregate ramps seen by systems with significant wind generation.
The constant change in market values, and the influence of subsidized wind generation on those values, reveals One of the greatest deficiencies of wind generation, and one of the reasons why subsidizing wind generation is grossly inefficient: wind produces low-value electricity.
The Higher Apprenticeship will focus on the key growth areas in the energy sector supply chain, wind generation and marine, which will require a substantial skilled and competent workforce in the near and long-term future.