The value of spatial diversity in reducing variability in wind power production across the eastern plains of Colorado a constrained optimization approach
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Boulder, Colo. : Center for Energy and Environmental Security, University of Colorado-Boulder, 2008.
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1 online resource (3 pages) : illustrations, map
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Analysis shows a reduction in variability of wind power production in Colorado due to spatial diversity. The implication is that wind plants may be able to garner an increased capacity value as a system as opposed to an individual site if this method is followed.

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Levine, J. G. (2008). The value of spatial diversity in reducing variability in wind power production across the eastern plains of Colorado: a constrained optimization approach . Center for Energy and Environmental Security, University of Colorado-Boulder.

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Levine, Jonah G. 2008. The Value of Spatial Diversity in Reducing Variability in Wind Power Production Across the Eastern Plains of Colorado: A Constrained Optimization Approach. Center for Energy and Environmental Security, University of Colorado-Boulder.

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Levine, Jonah G. The Value of Spatial Diversity in Reducing Variability in Wind Power Production Across the Eastern Plains of Colorado: A Constrained Optimization Approach Center for Energy and Environmental Security, University of Colorado-Boulder, 2008.

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Levine, Jonah G. The Value of Spatial Diversity in Reducing Variability in Wind Power Production Across the Eastern Plains of Colorado: A Constrained Optimization Approach Center for Energy and Environmental Security, University of Colorado-Boulder, 2008.

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