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It’s Not the Cold, it’s the Humidity

March 01, 2021

Cold and humidity cause issues

Damp air with high humidity combined with foggy, rainy weather, and icing in winter weather can cause wind turbine performance issues. Sub-zero temperatures and humid air can cause ice to form on the wind turbines, which changes the aerodynamics, sometimes to the point where blades catch little or no wind.

Read More:

https://thehill.com/changing-america/sustainability/energy/539460-sweden-tells-texas-how-to-keep-turbines-spinning-in

https://www.hindawi.com/journals/ijrm/2017/7570519/