Hywind sets up learning hub 

Hywind sets up learning hub 

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    “As you can see my Wind Generation Capacity Focus Table (for 30MW Wind power and Capacity Factor of 40%, reasonable for an offshore wind farm) recommends the usual energy storage equal to about 90% of one day’s energy generation (90% x 288 MWh) or about 260 MWh (two hundred and sixty times more than Statoil’s ridiculously small and ineffective “1MWh Batwind battery” plan)”

    https://scottishscientist.wordpress.com/2015/04/23/off-shore-electricity-from-wind-solar-and-hydrogen-power/comment-page-2/#comment-541

    * Wind, storage and back-up system designer
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