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Stochastic power generation

Abstract : Our path towards decarbonisation involves the large-scale use of renewable sources - the most prominent contributions being from wind and solar, followed by biomass - to gradually replace fossil fuels for energy production, mainly in the form of heat and electricity. By June 2012, cumulative installed wind power capacity worldwide had reached 254 GW and was still increasing rapidly gives an extensive introduction to various forms of renewable energy sources among our potential options for the future ...
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Pierre Pinson, Robin Girard, Patrick Mcsharry. Stochastic power generation. Hans Hvidtfeldt Larsen, Leif Sønderberg Petersen. DTU International Energy Report 2013 : Energy storage options for future sustainable energy systems, Technical University of Denmark, 24-28 - Chapter 6, 2013, 978-87-550-3968-1. ⟨hal-00973475⟩



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