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PRODUCTION ÉLECTRIQUE ÉOLIENNE EN FRANCE ET CIRCULATION ATMOSPHÉRIQUE

Abstract : Wind power production in France and atmospheric circulation. Electricity production in France is mainly provided by the nuclear industry. Since the energy transition law for green growth of 2015, one of the objectives has been to considerably increase the share of wind power in the French electricity mix (multiplied by 2.5 by 2028). This source of energy is entirely dependent on weather conditions. It is therefore essential to take an interest in the behavior of the wind on a national or even continental scale in order to better anticipate the consequences of the increase in the share of wind power in the electricity supply. Thus from the electrical production data recorded and distributed by RTE (Electricity Transport Network) and from ERA-Interim climatic reanalyses between 2012 and 2018, this study aims to highlight the tyrannical influence of the speed of wind, on the production of electricity from wind power: 74% of the time the load factor of the wind power sector is less than 30% due to a low pressure gradient over France and therefore insufficient wind speeds .
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Nicolas Martin. PRODUCTION ÉLECTRIQUE ÉOLIENNE EN FRANCE ET CIRCULATION ATMOSPHÉRIQUE. XXXIIIe Colloque de l'Association Internationale de Climatologie, Jul 2020, Rennes, France. pp.463-468. ⟨hal-03395946⟩

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