WindEconomics: How lower specific ratings translate into cheaper power

In the early days of the wind industry, most turbine manufacturers aimed to squeeze as much energy as possible from the air stream. This was achieved by fitting generators that delivered peak power — or “rated power” — at wind speeds in the range 15-18 m/s. The drawback of this approach, however, is that these wind speeds occur infrequently.

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