Monthly Archives: October 2016

GB wind power in cold winters 1975-1984

A recent post gave a quantitative estimate, for the GB electricity grid, of the wind power at peak demand time expected in 2016/17 if there is a repeat of the recent coldest winters. This post extends the analysis back to … Continue reading

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GB wind power in cold winters 1985-1994

A recent post gave a quantitative estimate, for the GB electricity grid, of the wind power at peak demand time expected in 2016/17 if there is a repeat of the recent coldest winters. This post extends the analysis back to … Continue reading

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GB wind power in cold winters 1995-2007

The previous post gave a quantitative estimate, for the GB electricity grid, of the wind power at peak demand time expected in 2016/17 if there is a repeat of the recent coldest winters. This post extends the analysis back to … Continue reading

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GB wind power in recent cold winters

Summary This post gives estimates, for the electricity grid of Great Britain, of how much metered wind power would be produced in 2016/17 if there is a repeat of the coldest winter weather between 2007/08 and 2015/16. Of particular interest … Continue reading

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2010/11 GB Wind Power Analysis

This is No. 11 in a series of posts that look at GB Wind Power, in particular at its ability to contribute to peak demand, which occurs in the early evening, reaching its highest values during winter cold spells on … Continue reading

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2009/10 GB Wind Power Analysis

This is the tenth in a series of posts that look at GB Wind Power, in particular at its ability to contribute to peak demand, which occurs in the early evening, reaching its highest values during winter cold spells on … Continue reading

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2008/09 GB Wind Power Analysis

This is the ninth in a series of posts that look at GB Wind Power, in particular at its ability to contribute to peak demand, which occurs in the early evening, reaching its highest values during winter cold spells on … Continue reading

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