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Sustainable energy is a priority for government to ensure Northern Ireland has secure, reliable and competitive energy supplies for the future.

Posted on: March 4th, 2008

That was the message from Economy Minister Nigel Dodds as he addressed over 150 members and guests of the Northern Ireland Energy Institute at its Annual Dinner in Belfast last night. Emphasising the challenges ahead, the Minister said: “Over the …]
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Sustainable energy is a priority for government to ensure Northern Ireland has secure, reliable and competitive energy supplies for the future.

Posted on: March 4th, 2008

That was the message from Economy Minister Nigel Dodds as he addressed over 150 members and guests of the Northern Ireland Energy Institute at its Annual Dinner in Belfast last night. Emphasising the challenges ahead, the Minister said: “Over the …]
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Sustainable energy is a priority for government to ensure Northern Ireland has secure, reliable and competitive energy supplies for the future.

Posted on: March 4th, 2008

That was the message from Economy Minister Nigel Dodds as he addressed over 150 members and guests of the Northern Ireland Energy Institute at its Annual Dinner in Belfast last night. Emphasising the challenges ahead, the Minister said: “Over the …]
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Roughness Class

Posted on: March 3rd, 2008

High above ground level, at a height of about 1 kilometre, the wind is hardly influenced by the surface of the earth at all. In the lower layers of the atmosphere, however, wind speeds are affected by the friction against …]
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Roughness Class

Posted on: March 3rd, 2008

High above ground level, at a height of about 1 kilometre, the wind is hardly influenced by the surface of the earth at all. In the lower layers of the atmosphere, however, wind speeds are affected by the friction against …]
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Roughness Class

Posted on: March 3rd, 2008

High above ground level, at a height of about 1 kilometre, the wind is hardly influenced by the surface of the earth at all. In the lower layers of the atmosphere, however, wind speeds are affected by the friction against …]
Read Full Story »