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Kaiser / Snyder

Offshore Wind Energy Cost Modeling

Installation and Decommissioning
2012. Buch. XVI, 235 S.: 73 s/w-Abbildungen, 2 Farbabbildungen, 93 s/w-Tabelle. Hardcover
Springer London ISBN 978-1-4471-2487-0
Format (B x L): 15,5 x 23,5 cm
Gewicht: 543 g
In englischer Sprache
Das Werk ist Teil der Reihe:
Offshore wind energy is one of the most promising and fastest growing alternative energy sources in the world. Offshore Wind Energy Cost Modeling provides a methodological framework to assess installation and decommissioning costs, and using examples from the European experience, provides a broad review of existing processes and systems used in the offshore wind industry.

Offshore Wind Energy Cost Modeling provides a step-by-step guide to modeling costs over four sections. These sections cover:

· Background and introductory material,
· Installation processes and vessel requirements,
· Installation cost estimation, and
· Decommissioning methods and cost estimation.

This self-contained and detailed treatment of the key principles in offshore wind development is supported throughout by visual aids and data tables. Offshore Wind Energy Cost Modeling is a key resource for anyone interested in the offshore wind industry, particularly those interested in the technical and economic aspects of installation and decommissioning.  The book provides a reliable point of reference for industry practitioners and policy makers developing generalizable installation or decommissioning cost estimates.
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Enables the reader to learn about the offshore wind industry by focusing on a specific aspect of development Develops a methodological framework to assess installation and decommissioning costs Provides a range of parameterizations and outputs to reflect confidence in the estimation