Challenges In Wind and Renewable Energy

Main challenges in the wind and renewable energy nowadays is cost, occupancy of land and environmental hazard due to the higher voice pollution. Wind power must still compete with conventional generation and Renewable resources requires a higher initial investment to reduce the cost effect. Good wind sites are often located in remote locations, far from cities where the electricity is needed. Transmission lines must be built to bring the electricity from the wind farm to the city. However, building just a few already-proposed transmission lines could significantly reduce the costs of expanding wind energy. Installation of wind turbines in the suitable land must compete with alternative uses for the land. Turbines must not cause noise and aesthetic pollution. Although wind power plant have little impact on environment than conventional power plants, Although turbine blades could damage local wildlife. Birds have been killed by flying into spinning turbine blades. Most of these problems have been resolved or greatly reduced through technological development or by properly siting wind plants.

  • Challenges in Wind Energy
  • Challenges in Renewable and Sustainable Energy
  • Challenges in Wind Power Technology
  • Materials and Structure
  • Reliability and uncertainty modelling
  • Electricity conversion
  • Offshore environmental aspects
  • Societal and economic aspects of wind energy

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