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Wind NI begins development for sub 1MW market

Posted on: October 12th, 2008

Wind NI is now actively developing it’s own renewable energy portfolio.  We are currently focusing on the sub 1MW market as we see this as a great alternative to wind farming or clustering.  Grid reservation is one of the key challenges …]
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Wind NI begins development for sub 1MW market

Posted on: October 12th, 2008

Wind NI is now actively developing it’s own renewable energy portfolio.  We are currently focusing on the sub 1MW market as we see this as a great alternative to wind farming or clustering.  Grid reservation is one of the key challenges …]
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Wind NI begins development for sub 1MW market

Posted on: October 12th, 2008

Wind NI is now actively developing it’s own renewable energy portfolio.  We are currently focusing on the sub 1MW market as we see this as a great alternative to wind farming or clustering.  Grid reservation is one of the key challenges …]
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Northern Ireland’s renewable electricity consumption, particularly from wind, has grown by 60% since 2005.

Posted on: October 3rd, 2008

The Energy Minister, Arlene Foster, was speaking today at the Irish Wind Energy Association’s (IWEA) autumn Conference in Belfast. There, the Minister stressed that renewable energy development continues to be at the forefront of her agenda and outlined the progress …]
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Northern Ireland’s renewable electricity consumption, particularly from wind, has grown by 60% since 2005.

Posted on: October 3rd, 2008

The Energy Minister, Arlene Foster, was speaking today at the Irish Wind Energy Association’s (IWEA) autumn Conference in Belfast. There, the Minister stressed that renewable energy development continues to be at the forefront of her agenda and outlined the progress …]
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Northern Ireland’s renewable electricity consumption, particularly from wind, has grown by 60% since 2005.

Posted on: October 3rd, 2008

The Energy Minister, Arlene Foster, was speaking today at the Irish Wind Energy Association’s (IWEA) autumn Conference in Belfast. There, the Minister stressed that renewable energy development continues to be at the forefront of her agenda and outlined the progress …]
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