DESTRUCTIVENESS OF PROFITS AND OUTLAYS ASSOCIATED WITH OPERATION OF OFFSHORE WIND ELECTRIC POWER PLANT. PART 1 : IDENTIFICATION OF A MODEL AND ITS COMPONENTS
This paper describes identification and components of destructiveness of energy, economic and ecologic profits and outlays during life cycle of offshore wind electric power plants as well as the most useful models for their design, assembly and use. There are characterized technical conditions ( concepts, structures, processes) indispensable for increasing profits and/or decreasing energy, economic and ecological outlays on their operation as well as development prospects for global, European and domestic markets of offshore wind electric power industry. A preliminary analysis was performed for an impact of operators, processed objects, living and artificial environmental objects of a 2MW wind electric power plant on possible increase of profits and decrease of outlays as a result of compensation of destructiveness of the system, environment and man.
Keywords:offshore wind electric power plants, energy, economic and ecological effectiveness, destructiveness
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