where the northernmost tip of the Great Blue Ridge Plateau meets the southernmost reaches of the Storied Shenandoah Valley.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Now, all we need is enough wind, or maybe not.[sic] Slide 7
The characteristics of the wind in mountainous terrain where wind-flow patterns are “choppy” makes analysis of energy production potential extremely critical as to specific site data collection location & height. Reaping the wind of energy is far less predictable in mountainous terrain than deserts, plains, coastal and off-shore areas.
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