Annual Wind Energy Production (AWEP) on rooftops

Click on a roof to visualise a summary of wind energy potential analysis for the selected wind turbine.
In 2022 the carbon intensity of Austria’s power sector stood at 96 grams of carbon dioxide per kilowatt-hour (gCO₂/kWh) of electricity generated [1].



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