Electrical Components for Marine Renewable Energy Arrays: A Techno-Economic Review
AbstractThis paper presents a review of the main electrical components that are expected to be present in marine renewable energy arrays. The review is put in context by appraising the current needs of the industry and identifying the key components required in both device and array-scale developments. For each component, electrical, mechanical and cost considerations are discussed; with quantitative data collected during the review made freely available for use by the community via an open access online repository. This data collection updates previous research and addresses gaps specific to emerging offshore technologies, such as marine and floating wind, and provides a comprehensive resource for the techno-economic assessment of offshore energy arrays. View Full-Text
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Collin, A.J.; Nambiar, A.J.; Bould, D.; Whitby, B.; Moonem, M.A.; Schenkman, B.; Atcitty, S.; Chainho, P.; Kiprakis, A.E. Electrical Components for Marine Renewable Energy Arrays: A Techno-Economic Review. Energies 2017, 10, 1973.
Collin AJ, Nambiar AJ, Bould D, Whitby B, Moonem MA, Schenkman B, Atcitty S, Chainho P, Kiprakis AE. Electrical Components for Marine Renewable Energy Arrays: A Techno-Economic Review. Energies. 2017; 10(12):1973.Chicago/Turabian Style
Collin, Adam J.; Nambiar, Anup J.; Bould, David; Whitby, Ben; Moonem, M. A.; Schenkman, Benjamin; Atcitty, Stanley; Chainho, Paulo; Kiprakis, Aristides E. 2017. "Electrical Components for Marine Renewable Energy Arrays: A Techno-Economic Review." Energies 10, no. 12: 1973.
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