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Record number 393157
Title Calculation rules for the DSS (WINDSPEED)
Author(s) Wal, J.T. van der; Quirijns, F.J.; Leopold, M.F.; Slijkerman, D.M.E.; Jongbloed, R.H.
Source Den Helder : IMARES (IMARES report no. C058/10) - 42
Department(s) IMARES Milieu
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2010
Keyword(s) windmolens - parken - noordzee - mariene parken - beslissingsondersteunende systemen - ruimtelijke modellen - nutfunctie - natuurbescherming - gereedschappen - menselijke activiteit - windenergie - windmills - parks - north sea - marine parks - decision support systems - spatial models - utility functions - nature conservation - tools - human activity - wind power
Categories Wind Energy
Abstract The WindSpeed project aims to develop a roadmap defining a realistic target and a development pathway up to 2030 for offshore wind energy in the Central and Southern North Sea. To achieve this roadmap spatial data on where these activities occur and if possible with what intensity is needed. This data can then be used as building material to feed into the DSS or Decision Support System that is also part of the project plan. This GIS-based tool will show a spatial representation of offshore wind energy potential in relation to non-wind sea functions and environmental aspects. The tool will also facilitate the quantification of trade-offs between electricity generation costs from offshore wind and constraints due to non-wind sea functions and nature conservation.
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