Risks of tropical cyclones on offshore wind farms in China

@inproceedings{Hong2011RisksOT,
  title={Risks of tropical cyclones on offshore wind farms in China},
  author={Lixuan X. Hong and Bernd M{\"o}ller},
  year={2011}
}
Frequent tropical cyclones pose great risks and obstacles to the development of offshore wind farms in the coastal regions of China and other areas in the Pacific, where development of wind energy is gaining momentum. This paper aims to identify and evaluate the risks of tropical cyclones on offshore wind farms within the Economic Exclusive Zone (EEZ) of China and help improve decision-making for planners and investors. The risks of tropical cyclone impact in this paper are defined by the… CONTINUE READING

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