Ecological Efficiency Assessment Model for Environmental Safety Management of Wind Power Plant

Journal Article

Title: Ecological Efficiency Assessment Model for Environmental Safety Management of Wind Power Plant
Publication Date:
March 01, 2019
Journal: System Safety: Human-Technical Facility-Environment
Volume: 1
Issue: 1
Publisher: Sciendo

Document Access

Website: External Link

Citation

Kasner, R.; Flizikowski, J.; Tomporowski, A.; Kruszelnicka, W.; Idzikowski, A. (2019). Ecological Efficiency Assessment Model for Environmental Safety Management of Wind Power Plant. System Safety: Human-Technical Facility-Environment, 1(1).
Abstract: 

This study focuses on the evaluation of the benefits and ecological costs that occur in the life cycle of a wind power plant. The study constitutes an attempt to expand upon previously conducted research on the analysis of costs and benefits in the stages of production, operation and post-consumer management of wind turbines. The aim of the study adopted research methodology, analysis and assessment of the benefits and environmental impacts of the Vestas V90/105m 2 MW wind turbine throughout its life cycle. Original assessment indicators of the benefits and ecological costs occurring throughout a wind power plant’s life cycle for environmental safety management, were proposed and verified.

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