Mitigating Bat Fatalities from Wind-Power Plants through Targeted Curtailment: Results from 4 Years of Testing of CHIROTECH

Presentation

Title: Mitigating Bat Fatalities from Wind-Power Plants through Targeted Curtailment: Results from 4 Years of Testing of CHIROTECH
Publication Date:
February 05, 2013
Conference Name: Conference on Wind Power and Environmental Impacts (CWE 2013)
Conference Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Pages: 30
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Citation

Lagrange, H.; Rico, P.; Bas, Y.; Ughetto, A.; Melki, F.; Kerbiriou, C. (2013). Mitigating Bat Fatalities from Wind-Power Plants through Targeted Curtailment: Results from 4 Years of Testing of CHIROTECH [Presentation]. Presented at the Conference on Wind Power and Environmental Impacts (CWE 2013), Stockholm, Sweden.
Abstract: 
  • Research program reconciling conservation of bats and development of wind facilities.
  • Hypothesis: Peaks of bat activity don’t match peaks of production of wind turbines.
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