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Corrigendum to “How much wind power potential does Europe have? Examining European wind power potential with an enhanced socio-technical atlas” [Energy Policy 132 (2019) 1092 - 1100] (Energy Policy (2019) 132 (1092–1100), (S0301421519304343), (10.1016/j.enpol.2019.06.064))

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  • Peter Enevoldsen
  • Finn Hendrik Permien, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy A/S
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  • Ines Bakhtaoui, Imperial College London, Ecole des Mines de Saint-Etienne
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  • Anna Katharina von Krauland, Stanford University, Stanford, California
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  • Mark Z. Jacobson, Stanford University, Stanford, California
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  • George Xydis
  • Benjamin K. Sovacool
  • Scott V. Valentine, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University
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  • Daniel Luecht, Envision Energy CoE GmbH
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  • Gregory Oxley, Envision Energy USA Ltd.

1. Page 1: The authors would like to have the title changed to include capital E for “Europe” and European”. 2. Page 12: The authors regret that the reference used in relation to the DTU work mistakenly was given as “Noorollahi and colleagues [18]”. Instead the correct reference is [15], and therefore “Noorollahi and colleagues [18]” is to be replaced with “[15]” in the text. 3. Page 12: The authors regret that the text states “The data is based on a mesoscale model with a spatial resolution of 0.01° × 0.01°, approximately 1 × 1 km, and an hourly temporal resolution.“. Instead it should be “The data are based on the wind climate estimations from the modelling conducted by [15] for the first Global Wind Atlas. The purpose of the data in our study was to determine and illustrate the wind speed of different European regions”. The authors would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Original languageEnglish
Article number111213
JournalEnergy Policy
Volume138
ISSN0301-4215
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2020

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