On the socio-technical potential for onshore wind in Europe: A response to critics
Enevoldsen P.; Permien F.-H.; Bakhtaoui I.; von Krauland A.-K.; Jacobson M.Z.; Xydis G.; Sovacool B.K.; Valentine S.V.; Luecht D.; Oxley G.
Date Issued2021
Other AbstractThis paper discusses and rebuts McKenna et al.‘s (2020, hereinafter M20) critique of the European wind power potential analysis of Enevoldsen et al. (2019, hereinafter E19). This paper rebuts M20's five claims regarding 1) potential definitions and conceptualizations of sociotechnical systems, 2) incomplete literature review, 3) opaque and incorrect use of input data, 4) oversimplified methods without validation, and 5) lack of consideration for some recent results. The five claims have been discussed using additional literature reviews, data from real operational European onshore wind turbines, elaborations of the research methodologies, as well as the justifications for the selected data and materials in E19, and finally thorough examinations of the proposed justifications for the five claims by M20 from where the majority was grounded in previous publications by the author group behind M20. We conclude that the relevant claims of M20 are incorrect or unproven, so the results of E19 stand. © 2021 Elsevier Ltd
KeywordEnergy policyGISResource assessmentWind atlasWind energyWind power
enkeywordsEnergy policy; Input datas; Literature reviews; Onshore wind turbine; Onshore winds; Power potential; Research methodologies; Sociotechnical; Sociotechnical systems; Wind power; atlas; conceptual framework; energy policy; GIS; literature review; resource assessment; wind power; Europe
journalEnergy Policy
Document Type期刊论文
AffiliationCenter for Energy Technologies, Aarhus University, Denmark; Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy A/S, Denmark; Imperial College Business School, United Kingdom; Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne, France; Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University, United States; Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU), School of Business, Management, and Economics, University of Sussex, United Kingdom; KPMG, Australia; Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, Spain; Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, Canada
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Enevoldsen P.,Permien F.-H.,Bakhtaoui I.,et al. On the socio-technical potential for onshore wind in Europe: A response to critics[J],2021,151.
APA Enevoldsen P..,Permien F.-H..,Bakhtaoui I..,von Krauland A.-K..,Jacobson M.Z..,...&Oxley G..(2021).On the socio-technical potential for onshore wind in Europe: A response to critics.Energy Policy,151.
MLA Enevoldsen P.,et al."On the socio-technical potential for onshore wind in Europe: A response to critics".Energy Policy 151(2021).
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