Post Evaluation of Wind Resource Assessment and Micro-Siting

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The design energy productions deviate from the actual situation, which are affected by the accuracy of two significant factors - the wind resource assessment and wind farm micro-siting. A running wind farm in northern China was taken as the object in this investigation. The measured data obtained in operation phase and the relevant information in design phase were integrated and a post evaluation of wind resource assessment, micro-siting and generating capacity reduction factors of the wind farm in design phase was provided. The results indicate that the representative year wind regimes of the wind farm in design phase can basically reflect the wind conditions in the wind farm without the consideration of the trends of long-term changes in wind speed; micro-siting project in design phase is superior to that in practical; generating capacity reduction factors, overall on the high side, should be further optimized considering 20-year operation period.

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Han, S. , Gao, L. , Liu, Y. and Yang, W. (2014) Post Evaluation of Wind Resource Assessment and Micro-Siting. Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, 2, 288-296. doi: 10.4236/jpee.2014.24040.

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