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Wind Energy Science
<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Wind energy has seen large deployment and substantial cost reductions over the last decades. Further ambitious upscaling is urgently needed to keep the goals of the Paris Agreement within reach. While the variability in wind power generation poses a challenge to grid integration, much progress in quantifying, understanding and managing it has been made over the last years. Despite this progress, relevant modes of variability in energy generation have beendoi:10.5194/wes-4-515-2019 fatcat:xb35fzttbvfgxdn3eklejsms5u