1. CU research sees global shift in wind power

    CU research sees global shift in wind power

    BOULDER -- New CU Boulder research suggests wind resources in the next century may decrease in many regions in the Northern Hemisphere and could sharply increase in several hotspot regions down...

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    1. There's been a lot of research looking at the potential climate impact of energy production transformations -- like shifting away from fossil fuels toward renewables.
    2. These decreases in North America occur primarily during the winter season, when those temperature gradients should be strong and drive strong winds.
    3. The climate models are too uncertain about what will happen in highly productive wind energy regions, like Europe, the Central United States, and Inner Mongolia.
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