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Italian Wind Atlas WebGIS and Technical-Economic Calculation Module – English Version

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Italian Wind Atlas WebGIS and Technical-Economic Calculation Module – English Version

The Italian Wind Atlas was developed by RSE in 2002 in collaboration with Genoa University and was updated in 2007 with the extension to offshore areas within 40 km from the coastline and a Calculation Module for the Technical-Economic evaluation of a wind farm. More recently an English version has been implemented in order to address this product to an international context.

The Italian Wind Atlas was developed by RSE in 2002 in collaboration with Genoa University and was updated in 2007 with the extension to offshore areas within 40 km from the coastline. It makes available 4 annual mean speed maps and 4 specific production maps at 25, 50, 75, 100 m a.g.l./a.s.l. together with a map of the constrained areas. The resolution is 1 km x 1 km. These maps have been implemented in a WebGIS application that allows public access to the stored information through Internet. In this application it is possible to navigate with standard zoom and panel functions on the map and also download the grid of the maps themselves. Through this application it is also possible to access and download the full dataset of wind measurements performed by RSE stations. Moreover, an interactive technical-economic module can be activated in order to make technical and economic evaluations with reference to chosen wind turbine models installed at a given point starting from Wind Atlas data and/or user data. Since all these activities have been carried out within the framework of a national research project financed by the Research Fund for the Italian Electrical System under a contract agreement between RSE and the Italian Government, the WebGIS application has been built in Italian. More recently, however, an English version has also been implemented in order to address this product to an international context.

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