It's also good to see that the problem of wind power intermittency (e.g. no electricity because the wind is not right) is perhaps not as big a problem as we might have thought. There was/is a concern that wind generation would have to be supplemented with an array of gas-fired peaker generation to cover demand and maintain deliverability while wind conditions are not favorable. It looks like that may less of a problem than expected, which is good, because generation plants are not cheap.
I find the regulatory reforms described in the paper to be innovative and probably necessary if wind is ever going to truly be a major source of electric power.