Wind Maps

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Wind Prospector

A web-based GIS applications designed to support apparatus comment and information scrutiny compared with breeze development.

NREL’s Geospatial Data Science Team offers both a inhabitant breeze apparatus comment of a United States and high-resolution breeze data. The inhabitant breeze apparatus comment was combined for a U.S. Department of Energy in 1986 by a Pacific Northwest Laboratory and is documented in a Wind Energy Resource Atlas of a United States, Oct 1986. This inhabitant breeze apparatus information provides an guess of a annual normal breeze apparatus for a conterminous United States, with a fortitude of 1/3 grade of embodiment by 1/4 grade of longitude.

The breeze apparatus comment was formed on aspect breeze data, coastal sea area data, and upper-air data, where applicable. In data-sparse areas, 3 qualitative indicators of breeze speed or appetite were used when applicable: topographic/meteorological indicators (e.g. gorges, towering summits, easeful valleys); breeze misshapen vegetation; and eolian landforms (e.g. playas, silt dunes). The information was evaluated during a informal turn to furnish 12 informal breeze apparatus assessments; a informal assessments were afterwards incorporated into a inhabitant breeze apparatus assessment.

The conterminous United States was divided into grid cells 1/4 grade of embodiment by 1/3 grade of longitude. Each grid dungeon was reserved a breeze appetite category trimming from 1 to 6, with 6 being a windiest. The breeze appetite firmness boundary for any breeze appetite category are shown in Table 1-1. Each grid dungeon contains sites of varying appetite class. The reserved breeze appetite category is deputy of a operation of breeze appetite densities expected to start during unprotected sites within a grid cell. Hilltops, shallow crests, towering summits, vast clearings, and other locations giveaway of internal deterrent to a breeze will be good unprotected to a wind. In contrast, locations in slight valleys and canyons, downwind of hills or obstructions, or in forested or civic areas are expected to have bad breeze exposure.

U.S. Annual Average Wind Speed during 30m Map

This map shows inhabitant 30m breeze speed intensity for a United States. State maps are accessible during a WINDExchange website.

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U.S. 80m Wind Resource Maps

This map shows inhabitant 80m breeze apparatus intensity for a United States.

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This map shows inhabitant 80m land-based and offshore annual breeze apparatus intensity for a United States.

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Additional 80m maps regulating aloft fortitude information are accessible during a WINDExchange and U.S. DOE EERE websites.

U.S. 90m Offshore Wind Resource Map

This map shows 90m offshore breeze apparatus intensity for a United States.

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U.S. 100m Wind Speed Map

This map shows a land-based and offshore annual normal breeze speed during 100m for a United States.

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U.S. 50m Wind Resource Map

This map shows inhabitant 50m breeze apparatus intensity for a United States.

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For some-more breeze apparatus maps, entrance a MapSearch site.

For information on how a 50m maps were developed, entrance a GIS Data Background page. For information on how some of a other breeze maps were developed, entrance a WINDExchange and U.S. DOE EERE websites.

For Geographic Information System (GIS) breeze apparatus data, entrance a Data Resources page.

For interactive maps and collection for observation maps and data, entrance a Data Visualization and Tools page.

If we have problem accessing these maps since of a disability, greatfully hit a Geospatial Data Science Team.

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