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Wind power stations has been the subject of dramatically increasing interest in recent years. Wind power generation technology is now relatively mature, with annual generation amounting to 640 TWh, accounting for less than 3% of the world’s total energy consumption. Recently, we started the studies devoted to the environmental risk assessment of the wind power station constriction at the Borzhava in Carpathian Mountaions is Ukraine. The impact of wind power stations on the environment is not sufficiently studied yet. There is practically little experience in constructing and operating wind power stations at the high mountain valleys (1400–1700 m). The crucial aim of the present study is to consider the preliminary soil magnetic measurements and hydrological modelling based on the experience previously obtained at the Carpathian Mountain area in Ukraine.

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2019-11-12
2024-06-17
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