AWEA's Goggin: Vt. wind curtailment was an isolated incident

08/27/2013 | WindpowerEngineering.com

A New York Times story about a case of wind-power curtailment in Vermont created a wrong impression about wind energy production, said Michael Goggin, manager of transmission policy for the American Wind Energy Association. The curtailment happened because of a temporary and unique weakness in the local grid, and not because of issues relating to wind-energy generation, Goggin said. Across the country, vast amounts of wind power capacity are being reliably integrated into the grid with no problems at all, Goggin stated.

View Full Article in:

WindpowerEngineering.com

Published in Brief: