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Obstacles

Posted on: April 11th, 2008

Obstacles to the wind such as buildings, trees, rock formations etc. can decrease wind speeds significantly, and they often create turbulence in their neighbourhood. The turbulence is more pronounced behind the obstacle than in front of it. Therefore, it is best to …]
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Obstacles

Posted on: April 11th, 2008

Obstacles to the wind such as buildings, trees, rock formations etc. can decrease wind speeds significantly, and they often create turbulence in their neighbourhood. The turbulence is more pronounced behind the obstacle than in front of it. Therefore, it is best to …]
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Obstacles

Posted on: April 11th, 2008

Obstacles to the wind such as buildings, trees, rock formations etc. can decrease wind speeds significantly, and they often create turbulence in their neighbourhood. The turbulence is more pronounced behind the obstacle than in front of it. Therefore, it is best to …]
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Energy Minister Nigel Dodds has welcomed the opening of Northern Ireland’s latest wind farm at Lough Hill.

Posted on: April 3rd, 2008

The six turbine development is owned by Renewable Energy Systems (RES) and has a capacity of 7.8MW which is sufficient to provide enough electricity to power 4,400 homes. Minister Dodds said: “Renewables development is critically important for us in Northern …]
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Energy Minister Nigel Dodds has welcomed the opening of Northern Ireland’s latest wind farm at Lough Hill.

Posted on: April 3rd, 2008

The six turbine development is owned by Renewable Energy Systems (RES) and has a capacity of 7.8MW which is sufficient to provide enough electricity to power 4,400 homes. Minister Dodds said: “Renewables development is critically important for us in Northern …]
Read Full Story »

Energy Minister Nigel Dodds has welcomed the opening of Northern Ireland’s latest wind farm at Lough Hill.

Posted on: April 3rd, 2008

The six turbine development is owned by Renewable Energy Systems (RES) and has a capacity of 7.8MW which is sufficient to provide enough electricity to power 4,400 homes. Minister Dodds said: “Renewables development is critically important for us in Northern …]
Read Full Story »