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10MW in planning and growing

Posted on: November 25th, 2011

Wind NI are please to announce that they have over 10MW of renewable power in the planning system. We expect this to double to 20MW through 2012.

10MW in planning and growing

Posted on: November 25th, 2011

Wind NI are please to announce that they have over 10MW of renewable power in the planning system. We expect this to double to 20MW through 2012.

10MW in planning and growing

Posted on: November 25th, 2011

Wind NI are please to announce that they have over 10MW of renewable power in the planning system. We expect this to double to 20MW through 2012.

The huge potential benefits of a new electricity grid under the Irish Sea connecting power sources on Scottish, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland electricity networks have been highlighted in an exhaustive study published today.

Posted on: November 25th, 2011

Development of an interconnected transmission network within the decade would help revitalise the renewables sector, create jobs in Northern Ireland and generate revenues by exporting electricity to Europe. Part-funded with approximately £1.5million worth of assistance through the European Union’s INTERREG …]
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Advice on Wind Monitoring

Posted on: November 24th, 2011

Wind Monitoring It is essential to measure the wind speed as near to the hub height of the proposed turbine as possible.  If ‘best practice’ of a hub height mast is not followed, then a reasonable compromise is to ensure …]
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Advice on Wind Monitoring

Posted on: November 24th, 2011

Wind Monitoring It is essential to measure the wind speed as near to the hub height of the proposed turbine as possible.  If ‘best practice’ of a hub height mast is not followed, then a reasonable compromise is to ensure …]
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Advice on Wind Monitoring

Posted on: November 24th, 2011

Wind Monitoring It is essential to measure the wind speed as near to the hub height of the proposed turbine as possible.  If ‘best practice’ of a hub height mast is not followed, then a reasonable compromise is to ensure …]
Read Full Story »