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A study on India's first offshore LIDAR-based wind profiling at Gulf of Khambhat

Journal of Public Affairs. 2020. Vol. 20. No. 2. P. 1-6.
Maiti M., Maiti J.

A maiden attempt has been made to study India's first offshore LIDAR-based wind profiling at Gulf of Khambhat. Both time series and panel data are used to derive the study conclusions. Quantile and panel analysis of the wind profiling done and based on that study finds interesting results. Study finds that wind characteristics are not constant over the quantiles and even change the polarisation. Study also concludes that wind dispersion is highly positively related to the wind speed. Finally, study concludes that there is no cross-sectional (12 sectors: 40 to 200 m) random effect. Study findings have high policy implications.