Wind Energy in the United Kingdom: Modelling the Effect of Increases in Installed Capacity on Generation Efficiency

@article{Stephens2016WindEI,
  title={Wind Energy in the United Kingdom: Modelling the Effect of Increases in Installed Capacity on Generation Efficiency},
  author={A. D. Stephens and D. Walwyn},
  journal={Renewable Energy Focus},
  year={2016},
  volume={1},
  pages={44-58}
}
The decision by the United Kingdom (UK) government in 2007 that the country should build a 33GW wind fleet, capable of generating 25 percent of the UK electricity requirement, was controversial. Proponents argued that it was the most attractive means of lowering the UK greenhouse gas emissions, whereas opponents noted that it would result in an unnecessary and burdensome additional expense to industry and households. Subsequently there have been calls for the wind fleet target to be further… Expand
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