Analysis of Optimum Location, Viability, and Potential Effects of Wind Farm Construction in Maine
Maine has the highest potential for wind energy in New England and falls within the top twenty states in the nation. It falls just behind Wisconsin and California with an estimate electrical output of 56 billion kWhs. The geological makeup of Maine’s mountains in the western part of the state, and the exposed coastline provide opportune areas to capture wind and convert it into energy. The information included in this poster will suggest the most likely areas for wind development based on a number of factors as recommended by the American Wind Energy Association.
Benson, Elizabeth and Scott, Ryan, "Analysis of Optimum Location, Viability, and Potential Effects of Wind Farm Construction in Maine" (2007). Undergraduate Research Symposium (UGRS). 2.
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