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Wind energy funding
The Rise of Wind Energy Financing ProjectsDuring the last years, wind power has become one of the rapidly growing sustainable energy technologies. Its usage and wind energy funding are increasing all over the world. Before making a decision about wind power funding you need to understand that in general the volume of wind-generated energy has increased by a factor of 75 in the last 20 years. Those who think about wind farm financing are always eager to outline the main features of a turbine operation for those who have finances and want to finance such projects. For instance, the air in motion creates kinetic energy, which is used for generating electricity. Turbines (wind energy conversion systems) offered for funding on our website are used for kinetic energy transformation into electrical. Airstream blowing against turbines’ blades makes them rotate moving a shaft connected to a generator and as a result the producing of electricity is performed. All those who are involved in funding for wind energy projects know that airstream energy potential goes up by a factor of 8 if the breeze speed doubles. Global investments in wind energy reached close to 143 billion U.S. dollars in 2019. Investment grew quickly over the past two decades since 2004 where global wind investments were close to 18 billion USD.
Pros and cons of Funding for Wind Farms and Power PlantsThe owners and ventures of wind farms and power plants who are in search of financing for their wind energy projects may explain the pros and cons of this kind of energy and every power plant designed for it.
The pros are:
- Wind is a renewable and practically sustainable source of power. Its funding is profitable.
- Wind projects are among the most carbon-efficient power sources. The lifecycle emissions are close to 20g CO2-eq per kilowatt-hour (kWh). This type of power plant you have an opportunity to invest in does not produce sulfur, carbon monoxide gas (CO), nitrogen oxides (NO and NO2), carbon dioxide gas (CO2), dusty pollutants, and other dangerous wastes.
- The dependence on fossil fuel, water resources, and atom piles goes down when you invest in a wind farm.
- Wind farms also provide one of the lowest Levelized Cost Of Electricity (LCOE) of the market. Globally, the LCOE for onshore wind will fall from an average of USD 0.06 per kWh in 2018 to 0.05/kWh by 2030 and USD 0.02/kWh by 2050.
- Wind power plants that need financing do not produce carbon monoxide gas (CO), carbon dioxide gas (CO2), nitrogen oxides (NO and NO2), sulphur, dusty pollutants, and other hazardous wastes.
- Installed large turbines are comparatively easy and cheap to run.
- Funding for wind energy projects makes power plants and farms capable of cutting down the dependence on fossil fuel, and atom piles.
- Large turbines offered for funding can be set up widely on the ground. Their financing allows to distribute the sources of energy to regions and helps to create an error-tolerant electricity supply system protected from casualties and terrorist attacks.
- Financing wind farms, power plants and other projects brings about an additional source of energy along with other means of electrical power generation. Finance diversifies the power supply system in any country.
- Large turbines can be installed at offshore platforms – at large lakes or at the ocean as well as on the ground.
- Funding for wind farms, power plants and other projects allows large turbines to take up minimum space. And the territory where they are located gives the possibility to perform another activity such as farming or cattle breeding.
- It is common to associate other generation technologies (solar, batteries, or hydrogen electrolyzers) to adjust the generation curve to the load curve of the energy off-takers.
- In 2019, 1,2 Mln people were working for the wind industry across its value chain.
The cons are:
- The wind is an unstable source of power. Its capacity factor is lower than the overwhelming majority of the other sources of energy. In the areas where the wind blows rarely and doesn’t have high-speed velocity the building of wind power plants and wind power finance is beyond the purpose.
- A storm or a blizzard can hurt or destroy large turbines.
- Wind turbines emit noise. But even at a short distance from them the noise uttered with their motors and blades is not louder than the roar of the airstream.
- Huge turbines sometimes hurt and kill birds. Those, who want to finance them, must know that this problem could be partially solved by means of the logical choice of their position – the blades must not rotate in-plane. Nevertheless, environmental impact studies show that wind farms have a very limited and negligible negative impact on biodiversity.
- As a rule, the territories with constant airstreams that are suitable for a wind turbine financing and setting up farms, power plants and other projects are located a long way from densely populated districts. They require the building of long-distance transmission circuits.