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Author Topic: Ireland to export windpower to Wales  (Read 867 times)
agrarian
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« on: March 07, 2013, 06:16:23 PM »

Wales is planning to import Irish windpower because the Irish are less resistant to wind turbines than the Welsh ........ apparently.

Biff, you'd better get erecting, there's money to be made.

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2 x Yangzhou Shenzhou 2KW , 1.2KW pv, 540Ah@120v deep cycle, 2 x 2KW sine wave, off grid on a Snowdonia mountain. Never forget that the power varies as the CUBE of the windspeed.
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« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2013, 07:07:52 PM »

Yo AG,,   
       I think it is more a case of people being so poor that they cannot afford the stamp to post the letter of complaint. Grin.I will have some pics of our latest "Donegal Flange" which I finished installing today.It circulated the hot water from the top of the tank to the solar coil at the bottom.I do hope its workd freeze
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