Framework for Testing the Effectiveness of Bat and Eagle Impact-Reduction Strategies at Wind Energy Projects

Report

Title: Framework for Testing the Effectiveness of Bat and Eagle Impact-Reduction Strategies at Wind Energy Projects
Publication Date:
April 01, 2016
Document Number: NREL/TP-5000-65624
Pages: 47
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Citation

Sinclair, K.; DeGeorge, E. (2016). Framework for Testing the Effectiveness of Bat and Eagle Impact-Reduction Strategies at Wind Energy Projects. Report by National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). pp 47.
Abstract: 

The objectives of this framework are to facilitate the study design and execution to test the effectiveness of bat and eagle impact-reduction strategies at wind energy sites. Through scientific field research, the wind industry and its partners can help determine if certain strategies are ready for operational deployment or require further development. This framework should be considered a living document to be improved upon as fatality-reduction technologies advance from the initial concepts to proven readiness (through project- and technology specific testing) and as scientific field methods improve.

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