Proceedings of International Conference on Applied Innovation in IT
2019/10/06, Volume 7, Issue 2, pp.35-37

Some Methods for Assessing Wind Energy Resources of the South of Kyrgyzstan

Abdykadyr Abidov, Talant Ryspaev, Abdimitalip Satybaldyev, Zhumakadyr Matisakov

Abstract: The article discusses the creation of geographic information systems (GIS), which allow you to quickly and in detail analyze various alternatives based on the available geographically-related information for assessing the consequences of plant design options in a given wind power industry with the goals of ensuring sustainable development of the region. This mainly relates to energy facilities and systems that use wind energy sources, with their high spatial and temporal irregularity and variability. In accordance with the tasks that determine the necessary design parameters, the requirements for the initial physical-geographical, climatic, metrological, wind energy resources and energy-ecological potential information necessary for creating a GIS database arise. Estimates of wind energy and its distribution over the territory is hampered by the limited amount of energy potential in time and space. With the help of GIS, energy, economic, environmental, social issues and climate change mitigation opportunities can be solved on the basis of wind power plants, and their resources, environmental benefits, goals and objectives on scientific and methodological foundations in the field of wind power for the implementation of state programs of Kyrgyzstan for energy supply in the region.

Keywords: Renewable Energy, Wind Energy, Geo-Information Systems, Kyrgyz Republic

DOI: 10.25673/33315

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