Wind energy delivery issues [transmission planning and competitive electricity market operation]

@article{Piwko2005WindED,
  title={Wind energy delivery issues [transmission planning and competitive electricity market operation]},
  author={Richard Piwko and Dale J. Osborn and Rob Gramlich and Gillian Jordan and D. Hawkins and Kevin Porter},
  journal={IEEE Power and Energy Magazine},
  year={2005},
  volume={3},
  pages={47-56}
}
Improving economics, environmental benefits, supportive state policies, and the rising costs of competing fuels are all contributing factors towards greater market regulatory interest in wind energy. However, wind energy poses several operational and planning challenges, some of which are beginning to be addressed. While the challenges are significant, they are not insurmountable. 
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