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    K.F. Pitcher
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Contains the proceedings of the British Wind Energy Association's 15th annual conference, with over 60 papers, including the workshop on "Windfarm Optimisation"

Contains the proceedings of the British Wind Energy Association's 15th annual conference, with over 60 papers, including the workshop on "Windfarm Optimisation".

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This book contains papers presented at the Sixth Annual Conference of the British Wind Energy Association (BWEA), which took place in Reading in March 1984.

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Contains the proceedings of the British Wind Energy Association's 15th annual conference, with over 60 papers, including the workshop on "Windfarm Optimisation". Over the last 18 months, significant developments in wind energy have been realized in the UK. More than 120 megawatts of wind energy (including 19 windfarms) have been installed and in operation via the Non Fossil Fuel Obligation contracts. The financing of wind energy has become an important consideration for the industry and a number of papers in this book study economics.