DOI: 10.11606/d.86.2008.tde-10082011-163252
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Energia eólica: Barreiras a sua participação no setor elétrico brasileiro

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“…"It is called wind energy the kinetic energy contained in the moving air masses, the wind" [15]. The Brazilian wind energy potential has been studied since 1970.…”
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“…"It is called wind energy the kinetic energy contained in the moving air masses, the wind" [15]. The Brazilian wind energy potential has been studied since 1970.…”
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“…At 100 feet (30 meters) or more above ground, they can take advantage of the faster and less turbulent wind. Wind turbines can be used to produce electricity for a single house or building, or they can be connected to an electrical grid [15]. The electric power generated depends on the speed of the winds (V), given by Eq.…”
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“…Due to the new environment and little knowledge, there were natural barriers such as the lack of skilled labour, lack of experience from project developers and from environmental licensing agencies, technical problems, shortage of domestic equipment to fulfil the domestic content requirements, and high costs. Another obstacle that PROINFA faced was the difficulty in obtaining funding from retail investors due to bureaucracy and collateral requirements, which many entrepreneurs could not deal with [27,28].…”
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“…The market of wind power and solar photovoltaic are being the most dynamic, with high rates of average growth [12,13]. All around the world, for both, solar and wind sources, the availability of them is higher than the utilization's necessity [14,15].…”
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