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Siting Turbines Near to Public Roads and Railways

Posted on: March 11th, 2009

FromPPS18 A85. Applicants are advised to consult at an early stage with DRD Roads Service for development affecting public roads. In the case of railway lines consultation should take place with Translink. A86. Although wind turbines erected in accordance with …]
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Siting Turbines Near to Public Roads and Railways

Posted on: March 11th, 2009

FromPPS18 A85. Applicants are advised to consult at an early stage with DRD Roads Service for development affecting public roads. In the case of railway lines consultation should take place with Translink. A86. Although wind turbines erected in accordance with …]
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Siting Turbines Near to Public Roads and Railways

Posted on: March 11th, 2009

FromPPS18 A85. Applicants are advised to consult at an early stage with DRD Roads Service for development affecting public roads. In the case of railway lines consultation should take place with Translink. A86. Although wind turbines erected in accordance with …]
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The Wind Rose

Posted on: March 4th, 2009

The Wind Rose You will notice that strong winds usually come from a particular direction. To show the information about the distributions of wind speeds, and the frequency of the varying wind directions, one may draw a so-called wind rose on …]
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The Wind Rose

Posted on: March 4th, 2009

The Wind Rose You will notice that strong winds usually come from a particular direction. To show the information about the distributions of wind speeds, and the frequency of the varying wind directions, one may draw a so-called wind rose on …]
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The Wind Rose

Posted on: March 4th, 2009

The Wind Rose You will notice that strong winds usually come from a particular direction. To show the information about the distributions of wind speeds, and the frequency of the varying wind directions, one may draw a so-called wind rose on …]
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