Wyoming wind power could benefit the Colorado electric grid both economically and environmentally, according to a study headed by a University of Wyoming professor.
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Wind Energy Research Center
The International Conference on Future Technologies for Wind Energy -- Oct. 7-9 in the UW Conference Center at the Hilton Garden Inn -- will focus on addressing technology developments necessary for wind turbines and wind farms to keep improving.
The Wind Energy Research Center (WERC) provides experimental and computational capabilities as well as intellectual resources to carry out internationally-unique research that will aid in enhancing energy security while reducing energy-related environmental impact. [More]
Wind Turbine Research
Wind turbines are complicated systems with characteristics that substantially restrict control system feedback: variable plant parameters, nonminimum phase zeros, adjacent pole pairs at low frequency, actuator delay and other factors. [More]