Distributed Wind Potential, Atmospheric Phenomena, Grid Stabilization and Much More in the Spring 2022 R&D Newsletter

May 16, 2022

How much distributed wind can be economically deployed across the United States? Could a single wind turbine provide energy savings for an entire community in Alaska? How can data measuring atmospheric phenomena improve renewable energy performance? Can wind turbines stabilize the grid as much as traditional sources of power? Discover the answers to these questions and many more in the U.S. Department of Energy Spring 2022 Wind R&D Newsletter.

The Spring 2022 edition of the Wind R&D Newsletter features a letter from the Wind Energy Technologies Office Acting Director, Jim Ahlgrimm, and highlights efforts by U.S. Department of Energy national laboratories and industry partners that are helping the United States reach our clean energy goals.

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