Categorization and Analysis of Relevant Factors for Optimal Locations in Onshore and Offshore Wind Power Plants: A Taxonomic Review
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AuthorGil García, Isabel Cristina; García Cascales, María Socorro; Fernández Guillamón, Ana; Molina García, Ángel
Knowledge AreaProyectos de Ingeniería; Tecnología Electrónica; Tecnologías del Medio Ambiente
SponsorsThis work was supported by ’Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte’ of Spain (grant number FPU16/04282). This research received no external funding.
Realizado en/conUniversidad Politécnica de Cartagena
Bibliographic CitationGil-García IC, García-Cascales MS, Fernández-Guillamón A, Molina-García A. Categorization and Analysis of Relevant Factors for Optimal Locations in Onshore and Offshore Wind Power Plants: A Taxonomic Review. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering. 2019; 7(11):391. https://doi.org/10.3390/jmse7110391
Optimal selection factors
Onshore-offshore wind power plant
Wind power is widely considered to be a qualified renewable, clean, ecological and inexhaustible resource that is becoming a leader in the current energy transition process. It is a mature technology solution that was quickly developed and has been massively integrated into power systems in recent years. Indeed, a remarkable number of renewable integration policies have been promoted by different governments and countries. With the aim of maximizing the power given by wind resources, the locations of both onshore and offshore wind power plants must be optimized following a sort of different criteria. Under this scenario, a number of factors and decision criteria in the evaluation and selection of locations can be identified. Moreover, the relevant wind power increasing in the power generation mix is addressed, along with a standardization of factors and decision criteria in the optimization and selection of such optimal locations. In this context, this paper describes a systematic review ...
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