Clean Energy Research:wind climate
Definition (en) The annual variability of the wind speed and direction calculated over a long period of time (several years).
Explanation (en) Wind climate is the sum of the weather at a place over a specific period of time, usually several year. The wind climate of a location is the long term pattern of the wind in a specific site, region or country. The meso climate is the climate of a country of a region, and the macro climate is the large-scale climate pattern on the earth, continents or parts of continents. The local wind climate is the climate within a limited area that may be a coastal zone, a forest or a field. It is the most important for a wind power developer to have a good information about the local wind climate.
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Tieteen termipankki 25.08.2019: Clean Energy Research:wind climate. (Tarkka osoite: https://tieteentermipankki.fi/wiki/Clean Energy Research:wind climate.)