Environmental Impact and Control Measures of New Wind Power Projects

Journal Article

Title: Environmental Impact and Control Measures of New Wind Power Projects
Publication Date:
January 01, 2011
Journal: Procedia Environmental Sciences
Volume: 10
Issue: 2011
Pages: 2788-2791
Publisher: Elsevier
Technology Type:

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Citation

Zheng, L.; Zheng, L.; Wei, L. (2011). Environmental Impact and Control Measures of New Wind Power Projects. Procedia Environmental Sciences, 10(2011), 2788-2791.
Abstract: 

In many countries, the development of wind power capacity has proceeded recently. Wind power projects are a new kind of energy utilization projects, which mean no fossil energy consumption, little environmental pollution, short construction cycle, flexible construction scale, and have good social and economic benefits. Producing electricity from wind plays a very important role in developing new energies and improving the environment. This text analyzes the main influence of new wind power projects on environment, which mainly embodies in noise, waste water, solid waste, lighting, electromagnetic radiation, ecology etc., taking a wind power project as an example, and corresponding control measures are put forward in pertinence.

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