|The darker the blue, the windier it is- that's better for power generation|
- It should, I hope, be clear that much of the best resource is in areas that do not have the highest electricity consumption.
- That right of way is used to establish long distance High Voltage DC trunk lines to bring sustainable energy from the places that have it to places the need it [ comment: What if you can do away with high voltage trunk lines? What I'm saying is, why does this have to be necessary? Couldn't you make your fuel "in situ" and use it on the spot? That is, synthesize fuel from wind power. You can synthesize methanol and then use the methanol in a fuel cell, or use the methanol to make diesel. How to build the synthesis plants? You could possibly use airships to bring in the construction equipment and supplies to build the plants. After finishing construction, the airships could bring raw materials for the synthesis of the fuel. The fuel can be also be transported to fuel depots in a like manner.]
The next step is to see if airships can operate in high altitudes. That might be a problem, as most of these windy areas are in high altitudes. This may be achievable if the effort needed was deemed to be worthy.
Strolling through memory lane. Here's a post almost a year old which describes how methanol can be synthesized in a nuclear reactor. Substitute wind power for nuclear power and you can synthesize methanol that way. It is all a part of the master plan to switch to the hydrogen economy.