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Energy Minister, Arlene Foster welcomed today’s announcement by the Utility Regulator to review Northern Ireland electricity prices.

Posted on: November 24th, 2008

The Minister said: “My Department is in continuous contact with the Utility Regulator in relation to energy prices for both domestic and business customers. “The downward trend in wholesale oil, coal, and gas prices over the past number of weeks …]
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Energy Minister, Arlene Foster welcomed today’s announcement by the Utility Regulator to review Northern Ireland electricity prices.

Posted on: November 24th, 2008

The Minister said: “My Department is in continuous contact with the Utility Regulator in relation to energy prices for both domestic and business customers. “The downward trend in wholesale oil, coal, and gas prices over the past number of weeks …]
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Energy Minister, Arlene Foster welcomed today’s announcement by the Utility Regulator to review Northern Ireland electricity prices.

Posted on: November 24th, 2008

The Minister said: “My Department is in continuous contact with the Utility Regulator in relation to energy prices for both domestic and business customers. “The downward trend in wholesale oil, coal, and gas prices over the past number of weeks …]
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Energy Minister Arlene Foster met Jim Mather, her Scottish counterpart, in Belfast last week to discuss the energy challenges facing Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Posted on: November 21st, 2008

Following the meeting Arlene Foster said: “The primary focus of energy policy world-wide is increasingly moving towards security of supply and the threat of climate change. We need to maximise the opportunities for cooperation, regionally, nationally and in Europe in …]
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Energy Minister Arlene Foster met Jim Mather, her Scottish counterpart, in Belfast last week to discuss the energy challenges facing Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Posted on: November 21st, 2008

Following the meeting Arlene Foster said: “The primary focus of energy policy world-wide is increasingly moving towards security of supply and the threat of climate change. We need to maximise the opportunities for cooperation, regionally, nationally and in Europe in …]
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Energy Minister Arlene Foster met Jim Mather, her Scottish counterpart, in Belfast last week to discuss the energy challenges facing Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Posted on: November 21st, 2008

Following the meeting Arlene Foster said: “The primary focus of energy policy world-wide is increasingly moving towards security of supply and the threat of climate change. We need to maximise the opportunities for cooperation, regionally, nationally and in Europe in …]
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While fossil fuels dominate local power production, Northern Ireland will suffer from the volatility of worldwide shifts in the cost of oil, gas and coal.

Posted on: November 13th, 2008

That was the message from Energy Minister, Arlene Foster, as she launched a scoping consultation on the development of a revised strategic energy policy for Northern Ireland, today. Speaking to delegates at the sixth annual Northern Ireland Energy Conference in …]
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While fossil fuels dominate local power production, Northern Ireland will suffer from the volatility of worldwide shifts in the cost of oil, gas and coal.

Posted on: November 13th, 2008

That was the message from Energy Minister, Arlene Foster, as she launched a scoping consultation on the development of a revised strategic energy policy for Northern Ireland, today. Speaking to delegates at the sixth annual Northern Ireland Energy Conference in …]
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While fossil fuels dominate local power production, Northern Ireland will suffer from the volatility of worldwide shifts in the cost of oil, gas and coal.

Posted on: November 13th, 2008

That was the message from Energy Minister, Arlene Foster, as she launched a scoping consultation on the development of a revised strategic energy policy for Northern Ireland, today. Speaking to delegates at the sixth annual Northern Ireland Energy Conference in …]
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Park Effect

Posted on: November 3rd, 2008

As with the wake effect , each wind turbine will slow down the wind behind it as it pulls energy out of the wind and converts it to electricity. Ideally, we would therefore like to space turbines as far apart as …]
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