New Website Launched – Ontario’s Wind Performance

http://ontariowindperformance.wordpress.com/

The purpose of this report is to inform the public about the actual physical performance of Industrial Wind Turbines (IWT).   Ontario Wind Performance is a blog by J. Richard Wakefield and other guest contributors.  The purpose of this blog is to show the public the true performance of wind power, which is far from the message the current Liberal Government, wind companies, and environmental NGOs would have you believe.

1.0 Introduction
2.0 Industrial Wind Turbine Basics
3.0 Ontario’s
Demand Profile
—– 3.1 Powering Ontario

—– 3.2 Hourly Demand by Month
—– 3.3 Average Daily Demand by Month
—– 3.4 Total Demand by Month
4.0 Ontario’s Wind Performance
—– 4.1 Over all Performace
—– 4.2 Seasonal Performace
———- 4.2.1 Monthly Change of Factors
———- 4.2.2 Seasonal Hourly Performace
———- 4.2.3 Hourly Performace Comparison to Demand

—– 4.3 Hour by Hour Performance
—– 4.4 Individual IWT Projects
———- 4.4.1 Amaranth

———- 4.4.2 Kingsbridge

———- 4.4.3 Port Alma

———- 4.4.4 Port Burwell
———- 4.4.5 PrinceFarm
———- 4.4.6 Underwoodwgs
———- 4.4.7 Wolf Island
———- 4.4.8 Ripley South
———- 4.4.9 The Good and Bad Months

—– 4.5 Location vs Location comparison
—– 4.6 Demand vs Wind
—– 4.7 Output vs Summer Temperature
—– 4.8 Output vs Winter Temperature
—– 4.9 How many IWT will we need?
—– 4.10 The costs of wind

5.0 IWT Performace Around the World
6.0 Why are we Going Wind Again?
7.0 Concluding Remarks

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