Variations of wind power generation in Korea-Jeju power system

@article{Kim2009VariationsOW,
  title={Variations of wind power generation in Korea-Jeju power system},
  author={Young Hwan Kim and Se Ho Kim},
  journal={2009 Transmission & Distribution Conference & Exposition: Asia and Pacific},
  year={2009},
  pages={1-4}
}
This paper investigates the variations of wind power in Korea-Jeju and discusses the amount of reserve needed to handle unpredicted short-term variations. Construction of wind power plant has been rapidly increased since Korea-Jeju is known as the most suitable for wind power plants in Korea. But implementing wind power generation inevitably introduces new challenges due to its intermittent nature. In the paper, it is introduced the present and prospect of wind plant construction in Jeju. And… CONTINUE READING

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