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Wind energy resource in northern Mexico
Quetzalcoatl Hernandez-Escobedo
Francisco Manzano_Agugliaro
RICARDO SALDAÑA FLORES
Acceso Abierto
Artículo
Inglés
2014
Mexico has installed less wind power compared to the other North American countries. Renewable energy sources only account for 3% of the energy mix in Mexico. The U.S. states bordering Mexico, namely Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California, have good wind power resources. Among them, Texas has the highest installed wind power capacity of 10.34 GW. The wind resources in these bordering states indicate that the wind energy resource in Northern Mexico must be assessed; thus, the spatial and temporal information about the wind energy resource was studied. The daily pattern of the wind speed, one per state studied, was obtained.
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