Case Study: Wind Farms in Norway

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  • Created by: Rianne B
  • Created on: 11-04-13 15:27
  • Background Information:
  • Currently, Norway is home to 15 wind farms, producing enough electricity for 50,000 households.
  • The largest wind farm is in Smola, Nord-More.  This accounts for half of the total production of electricity in Norway.
  • It has 68 wind turbines producing 450 GWh of electricity per year.

Advantages:

  • As the wind conditions are one of the best in Europe, the wind farms are very cost effective.
  • Nearly

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