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The Indian Wind Atlas is a result of combined effort of Centre for Wind Energy Technology (C-WET), Chennai, India and Riso DTU National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy, Roskilde, Denmark on the investigation of Indian Wind Climatology with a specific focus on wind resource assessment for harnessing wind energy. It gives an updated overview of the wind climatological situations of India, based on reliable measured wind data and using contemporary numerical meso scale models. It also seeks to provide an up to date methodology for applying to primary data and results of meso scale model for the purpose of wind resource assessment. The project involved extensive use of micro and meso scale models like, Wind Atlas Analysis and Application Programme (WAsP) and Karlsruhe Atmospheric Meso scale Model (KAMM) respectively in conjunction with super computers.
Centre for Wind Energy Technology (C-WET) has been established in Chennai in the year 1998, as an autonomous R&D institution by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Government of India. It is a knowledge-based institution of high quality and dedication, offers services and seeks to find complete solution for the kinds of difficulties and improvements in the entire spectrum of the wind energy sector by carrying out further research.
Riso is the National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy at the Technical University of Denmark-DTU. Riso DTU contributes to research, development and international exploitation of sustainable energy technologies and strengthens economic development in Denmark. Riso's hallmarks are large strategic research and development projects and research quality at international level. Training and education as well as innovative activities are naturally integrated with Riso's research activities.
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