Capacity Factor : Amount of energy a facility generates

Capacity Factor is the amount of energy that a facility generates in one year which is divided by the total amount that it could possibly generate if it ran at full capacity. Therefore, a capacity factor of one implies that the system actually ran at full capacity the entire year. For example, a typical wind farm will operate at 0.25 capacity factor, or 25%

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