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Wind energy: implications of the large-scale deployment on the GB electricity system

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Wind energy : implications of the large-scale deployment on the GB electricity system. / Walker, Alan; Trewby, John; Kemp, Roger John et al.

London : Royal Academy of Engineering, 2014. 67 p.

Research output: Book/Report/ProceedingsCommissioned report

Harvard

Walker, A, Trewby, J, Kemp, RJ, Green, R, Gross, R, Sterling, M, Harrison, G & Smith, R 2014, Wind energy: implications of the large-scale deployment on the GB electricity system. Royal Academy of Engineering, London. <http://www.raeng.org.uk/publications/reports/wind-energy-implications-of-large-scale->

APA

Walker, A., Trewby, J., Kemp, R. J., Green, R., Gross, R., Sterling, M., Harrison, G., & Smith, R. (2014). Wind energy: implications of the large-scale deployment on the GB electricity system. Royal Academy of Engineering. http://www.raeng.org.uk/publications/reports/wind-energy-implications-of-large-scale-

Vancouver

Walker A, Trewby J, Kemp RJ, Green R, Gross R, Sterling M et al. Wind energy: implications of the large-scale deployment on the GB electricity system. London: Royal Academy of Engineering, 2014. 67 p.

Author

Walker, Alan ; Trewby, John ; Kemp, Roger John et al. / Wind energy : implications of the large-scale deployment on the GB electricity system. London : Royal Academy of Engineering, 2014. 67 p.

Bibtex

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RIS

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AU - Smith, Richard

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