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  • Monday, April 2, 2018

    Wind’s Role In The Fight Against The Bomb Cyclone

    How Well Did Wind Energy Perform During the Bomb Cyclone?

    Hannah Hunt, March 30, 2018 (EcoWatch)

    "…[When the "Bomb Cyclone" blasted the Eastern U.S. with frigid air for a number of days, the power system held strong and there were] no major power plant outages…[Wind power] made an important contribution…[Wind’s] output was well above average when the power system needed it most…[The PJM system, which serves 13 states and Washington, DC, saw a 55% higher average wind output from] Jan. 3 through Jan. 7…[During the highest demand periods,] wind output was consistently three to five times greater than the level PJM plans for and compensates wind for…Wind's capacity factor exceeded 50% multiple times during the three-day period…[PJM's 2017 resilience analysis] found that scenarios with very high levels of renewables were among the most resilient…” click here for more

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