Wind Turbines pp 719-787 | Cite as

Wind Turbine Installation and Operation

  • Erich Hau


Implementing turnkey projects for the utilisation of wind energy means much more than purchasing a wind turbine. Generating electrical energy from wind energy represents an intervention into the existing power supply infrastructure and even more so into the immediately surrounding environment. It is thus inevitable that it will encounter resistance from those who do not consider this intervention to be necessary or do not want it for some other reasons. The planning of wind energy projects falls right into this area of tension and is thus less of a technical problem than one of striving, as a rule over long periods, to achieve a balance between the various interests until an equitable consensus is found.


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  1. 1.Dipl. Ing. MunichGermany

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