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Wind curtailment generally occurs for two primary reasons: 1) lack of available transmission during a particular time to incorporate some or all of the wind generation; or 2) high wind generation at times of minimum or low load, and excess generation cannot be exported to other balancing areas due to transmission constraints. Study provides a series of case studies on how wind curtailment is being used by different entities. Full Document

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