I presented my paper, The Current Technology and Economics of Storing Wind Electricity as Hydrogen at the 2007 European Wind Energy Conference, 7-10 May 2007, Milan, Italy.
My paper was presented at the 14:00-15:30 Poster Session on Tuesday, 8 May 2007.
Go to http://www.ewec2007proceedings.info/index.php
My paper is listed under the technical topic, Wind Power Plants and Grid Integration, as paper # BL3.222.
If you are planning to attend the EWEC 2007 Workshop on Carbon Trading and the Emission Trading Schemes, (Session Code: CW3) on Wednesday, 9 May 2007, 14:00 - 16:00, you might want to prepare for the carbon workshop by reading three of my previous papers. The paper numbers are from my web site List of Abstracts. To read these abstracts go to Abstracts of My Published Papers
2. Stavy, Michael, An Analysis of the Policies Required to Earn Carbon (CO2) Emissions Credits When Generating Electricity at Wind Power Plants, American Wind Energy Association, Washington, DC, AWEA Annual Meeting WINDPOWER 2000, Palm Springs, CA., May 2, 2000.
7. Stavy, Michael, The Effect That the Kyoto Protocol Will Have on the Cost of Wind Power in the Signature Countries, European Wind Energy Association, American Wind Energy Association, Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturer's Association, Global WindPower 2002 Conference, Paris, France, 2-5 April 2002
16. Stavy, Michael, The Use of the Kyoto Protocol’s Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) to Help Finance Wind Projects in Developing Countries, Global WindPower 2004 Conference, Chicago, IL 28-31 March 2004
5 July 2007
Older European Wind Plants
An Older Spanish Wind Plant (MW capacity unknown)
Photo: Michael Kemma, Quixote's Giants, Study 8, Consuegra Spain, 1996
Source: Michael Kenna, A 30 Year Retrospective, June 23-August 26, 2005, Robert Mann Gallery http://www.robertmann.com/
An Older Dutch Wind Plant (Capacity Factor-% unknown)
Monet's Zaan River at Zaandam (1871)
American (Illinois) Trees, "Indian Summer", Fall, 2006
Come to America, Hung our Trees, They need it!