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What happens when the wind doesn't blow? Building the energy systems of the future

UK-based power company SSE stated that its renewable assets produced 32% less power than expected. Image: Unsplash/Luo Lei

Hannah Bloomfield

Postdoctoral Researcher in Climate Risk Analytics, University of Bristol

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Change in wind speed compared to 1986-2005 if we were to limit global warming to 1.5C. Areas in blue will have less wind; areas in green, more wind. Image: IPCC Interactive Atlas

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