Systematic wind mapping offers a standardised data foundation for regional planning, taking the identification of areas which are particularly suitable for wind-farm projects to a completely new level. At the same time, it supports investors, planners and operators in identifying attractive sites and estimating amortisation periods. The independent TÜV SÜD experts have long-standing international experience, supporting wind projects across the world from planning to construction and operation.
Assessment of wind resources will help onshore development to take off
Peter Herbert Meier | TÜV SÜD Industrie Service
100 metres. This map was designed to identify areas exceeding the wind-speed threshold of 5.3 metres per second. Sites offering this wind speed or higher are considered profitable for electricity generation. In phase 2, these areas were then calculated in detail to a more precise resolution of 50 x 50 metres and heights of up to 140 metres. To do so, the experts used two different software models individually aligned to the respective conditions.
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