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Michael Harper
University of Southampton
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#1Michael Harper (University of Southampton)H-Index: 1
#2Ben Anderson (University of Southampton)H-Index: 21
Last.AbuBakr S. Bahaj (University of Southampton)H-Index: 32
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Geospatial modelling is extensively used to identify suitable sites for the installation of onshore wind turbines, with the starting point being the estimate of exploitable resource. However, there are concerns that such approaches do not accurately consider the social issues surrounding such projects, resulting in large numbers of projects subsequently being rejected at the planning permission stage. Using the location of 1721 historic wind turbine planning applications in Great Britain, this p...
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Onshore wind generation is one of the most cost-effective methods of renewable electricity generation. However, there is often difficulty in identifying suitable sites for development. To assist such systems, geospatial information systems are extensively used in identifying suitable sites for wind turbines: these models predominantly focus on the technical and legislative constraints, and have a limited understanding of the social issues surrounding development. As a result, there are concerns ...
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There is a global drive to develop renewable energy power generation to reduce environmental impacts and enhance energy security especially through indigenous resources. Wind energy conversion both on and offshore is one of the most effective technologies to provide sustainable power. In the deployments of such technologies, geographical information systems are extensively used to identify suitable sites for the installation of wind turbines. However, there are concerns that such approaches fail...
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