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Haverigg Wind Farm

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Haverigg Wind Farm (Wind , Active)

 General Information.

Location in the UK : England, Cumbria    
Type of installation: Wind    on/offshore: on
Turbines :4  Capacity : 5.8 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: December 2004

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NB Haverigg III is also referred to as Heverigg 3 and 4.

Haverigg III is a replacement of the turbines installed under Haverigg I
Acting for owners Windcluster Ltd, Wind Prospect secured planning permission in August 2002 to replace five 10 year old Vestas V27-225kW turbines with four Vestas V52-850 kW machines. This will substantially increase the power generated from this well-accepted site near Millom in south Cumbria.

Haverigg II is an extension to one of the first co-operatively owned wind power developments in the UK. The site is located on a disused airfield on low lying coastal land near Millom in Cumbria.

Haverigg I The first phase (now known as Haverigg I) was developed by Windcluster Ltd., consisting of five 225kW V27 wind turbines and commissioned in 1992.

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Capacity: 5.8
Start Speed: 5 m/s (11.185 mph)
Optimum Speed: 15 m/s (33.555 mph)
Stop Speed: 16 m/s (35.792 mph)

Local Weather Station:
Elevation of Weather Station:

Date for Wind forecast: 14/08/2020
Wind Speed at Weather Station: mph
Wind Direction:
Outputratio = 0.00
Output of Wind Farm = 0.0

Alternative Wind Speed: in mph Capacity: 5.8 start: 5 Optimum: 15/ Stop: 16 / wind: / ratio 3214


Weather Station Name : Walney Island Latitude: 54.125 Longitude: -3.257 Elevation: 15

DateWind DirectionWind SpeedStart / StopCapacity Factor Output MW/hrGenerated MWhrs
12/07/2018 09:00:00E 7 5 / 16 0
12/07/2018 12:00:00SSE 9 5 / 16 0
12/07/2018 15:00:00WNW 9 5 / 16 0
12/07/2018 18:00:00NW 9 5 / 16 0
12/07/2018 21:00:00NNE 7 5 / 16 0
13/07/2018ENE 7 5 / 16 0
13/07/2018 03:00:00E 7 5 / 16 0
13/07/2018 06:00:00E 4 5 / 16 0
13/07/2018 09:00:00SE 7 5 / 16 0
13/07/2018 12:00:00S 9 5 / 16 0
13/07/2018 15:00:00WSW 9 5 / 16 0
13/07/2018 18:00:00WNW 9 5 / 16 0
13/07/2018 21:00:00WNW 7 5 / 16 0
14/07/2018NW 7 5 / 16 0
14/07/2018 03:00:00NW 4 5 / 16 0
14/07/2018 06:00:00SSW 4 5 / 16 0
14/07/2018 09:00:00SW 9 5 / 16 0
14/07/2018 12:00:00SW 11 5 / 16 0
14/07/2018 15:00:00WSW 11 5 / 16 0
14/07/2018 18:00:00W 9 5 / 16 0
14/07/2018 21:00:00WSW 7 5 / 16 0
15/07/2018SW 7 5 / 16 0
15/07/2018 03:00:00SSW 7 5 / 16 0
15/07/2018 06:00:00SSW 7 5 / 16 0
15/07/2018 09:00:00SSW 11 5 / 16 0
15/07/2018 12:00:00SW 11 5 / 16 0
15/07/2018 15:00:00WSW 11 5 / 16 0
15/07/2018 18:00:00W 9 5 / 16 0
15/07/2018 21:00:00WSW 7 5 / 16 0
16/07/2018SW 7 5 / 16 0
16/07/2018 03:00:00SW 7 5 / 16 0
16/07/2018 06:00:00SW 7 5 / 16 0
16/07/2018 09:00:00WSW 9 5 / 16 0
16/07/2018 12:00:00W 11 5 / 16 0
16/07/2018 15:00:00WNW 11 5 / 16 0
16/07/2018 18:00:00WNW 11 5 / 16 0
16/07/2018 21:00:00WNW 9 5 / 16 0
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