AWS Truepower Releases January 2018 Wind Trends Bulletin

Thursday, 15 February, 2018 - 11:30

Graphic: AWS Truepower

According to the Wind trend Bulletin, published by AWS Truepower the monthly wind performance in January 2018 deviated form the conditions in December 2017 all over the world. The monthly Wind Trends Bulletin is based on a custom combination of three reanalysis datasets: ERA-Interim, MERRA, and CFSR. The use of all three allows for rapid, reliable updates of global wind conditions.

Want to see the wind index for more countries? You can download a longer list of countries in the 2018 Wind Index.

Download January 2018 Wind Trends Bulletin Here

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