Business - 07/July/2017

Variable pricing reduces variability of wind output

By pricing the value of wind energy according to when it is needed most, markets stimulate the development and sale of wind turbines configured to generate output over longer periods in lower winds, reducing the variability of their production

DRIVING DOWN THE COST OF WIND
By pricing the value of wind energy according to when and where it is produced, markets stimulate the development and sale of wind turbines that are configured to generate steady volumes of energy over longer periods of time, reducing their variability of supply. ...

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