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WEGWorld Equestrian Games
WEGWohnungseigentumsgesetz
WEGWind Energy Generation
WEGWest End Games (gaming company)
WEGWoodbine Entertainment Group
WEGWicked Evil Grin
WEGWright Entertainment Group
WEGWireline Entry Guide (oil exploration)
WEGWeapons Evaluation Group
WEGWilliamsburg Environmental Group, Inc. (Williamsburg, VA)
WEGWell-Educated Guess
WEGWater-Ethylene Glycol
WEGWorking Exposure Guidelines (UK)
WEGWild Educated Guess
WEGWomen Engineers Group (University of Southampton, UK)
WEGWireless Email Gateway
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The analysts say we can reach 35 percent wind energy generation by the year 2050.
The performance of the wind energy generation systems based on DFIG so depends on the converter and their efficient control.
Many potential sites for wind energy generation in Pakistan have capacity factor of more than 25% which is internationally considered suitable for the installation of commercial wind farms [7].
Though South Africa is expected to be a major mover in terms of renewable energy in Africa, its total combined wind energy generation is 560MW.
Thus, the wind energy generation systems for urban regions need to address turbulent effects.
Because of previous investments in wind manufacturing, competitive wind power in neighboring states and investment in our transmission infrastructure, Arkansas is well-positioned to take full advantage of the cost savings and job creation opportunities resulting from continued expansion of wind energy generation.
The New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA) allocated 51 pieces of land to establish solar and wind energy generation stations at a capacity of 2,450 MW.
"New grid infrastructure is required to export the potential renewable wind energy generation from the strategic search areas in Mid Wales and a new transmission line has been identified as the optimum solution.
He said government has planned many initiatives to overcome the power shortage that include wind energy generation of 2000 MW by 2016, CASA project of 1000 MW by 2017 and import of 4000MW energy from China and emphasized that all such plans should be executed within stipulated time to yield good results for the country.
It has implemented plans for the development of its total telecom solutions, turnkey projects, wind energy generation and solar energy, the company added.
Offshore Wind Energy Generation: Control, Protection, and Integration to Electrical Systems
We firmly believe that this is an excellent site for wind energy generation."