Research on Chinese Life Cycle-Based Wind Power Plant Environmental Influence Prevention Measures

Journal Article

Title: Research on Chinese Life Cycle-Based Wind Power Plant Environmental Influence Prevention Measures
Publication Date:
August 19, 2014
Journal: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Volume: 11
Issue: 8
Pages: 8508-8528

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Wang, H.; Xu, J.; Liu, Y.; Zhang, T. (2014). Research on Chinese Life Cycle-Based Wind Power Plant Environmental Influence Prevention Measures. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 11(8), 8508-8528.
Abstract: 

The environmental impact of wind power plants over their life cycle is divided into three stages: construction period, operation period and retired period. The impact is mainly reflected in ecological destruction, noise pollution, water pollution and the effect on bird migration. In response to these environmental effects, suggesting reasonable locations, reducing plant footprint, optimizing construction programs, shielding noise, preventing pollution of terrestrial ecosystems, implementing combined optical and acoustical early warning signals, making synthesized use of power generation equipment in the post-retired period and using other specific measures, including methods involving governance and protection efforts to reduce environmental pollution, can be performed to achieve sustainable development.

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