North America’s wind power industry has developed an unfortunate reputation for producing energy at levels less than those predicted by pre-construction energy assessments. Five factors are major contributors to over-prediction in energy assessments. These include flow-modeling bias, wake-model bias in some conditions, project availability, atmospheric stability, and long-term adjustments. This webinar on Wednesday, Oct. 31 at 2 PM EST will discuss ways to reduce the risk of these factors biasing a project energy assessment.
Watch this webinar to learn:
- Five factors that cause the over-prediction of wind farm energy assessments
- To ask the right questions to reduce uncertainty and over prediction, and thus make a project more attractive to investors
- To adequately address the issues surrounding wind-project resource and energy assessment
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