Wind energy potential assessment spatial decision support system

T. V. Ramachandra *, K. J. Rajeev, S. Vamsee Krishna, B. V. Shruthi
*Energy Research Group, Centre for Ecological Sciences, Indian Institute of Science. Bangalore 560 012, India
Citation: Ramachandra T.V., Rajeev K.J., Vamsee Krishna S., and Shruthi B.V., 2005. WEPA: Wind energy potential assessment - spatial decision support system, Energy Education Science and Technology, 14(2): 61-80.


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