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Gortfinbar Wind Farm (Wind , Active)

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Location in the UK : N.Ireland, BT79 9HH    
Type of installation: Wind    on/offshore: on
Turbines :5  Capacity : 12.5 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: December 2016

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K/2005/1426/E – Proposed Wind Farm at Gortfinbar, Omagh
SUBMITTED: letters dated 10 May 2005 and 23 June 2005 from Planning Service Headquarters advising of the applicants’ intention to submit a planning application accompanied by an Environmental Statement in respect of the above proposals. The letters added that any information relevant to the preparation of the Environmental Statements should be made available to the developer and to Planning Service.
Amendment to proposed wind farm involving the erection of 5 no. x 2.5 MW wind turbines (previously 8) with steel towers and composite fibre rotor blades, (maximum overall height of 125m), amended layout, transformers, turbine hardstands, strengthening and widening of any existing access roads, construction of new access roads, drainage, construction of an electrical control building, communications antennae on control building; underground electrical cables linking the turbines with the electrical control building, underground communication cables, all related site works, drainage management measures, a temporary site compound and ancillary developments. - Further amendment to layout.

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Capacity: 34
Start Speed: 5 m/s (11.185 mph)
Optimum Speed: 15 m/s (33.555 mph)
Stop Speed: 25 m/s (55.925 mph)

Local Weather Station: LOUGH FEA SAMOS(3911)
Elevation of Weather Station:

Date for Wind forecast: 23/01/2018
Wind Speed at Weather Station: mph
Wind Direction:
Outputratio = 0.00
Output of Wind Farm = 0.0

Alternative Wind Speed: in mph

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Project Info
Energia banks Irish wind cash
A total of 25 Enercon and five Siemens turbines feature across the portfolio that includes site such as Long Mountain, Eshmore, GORTFINBAR, Glenbuck and Altamuskin.

Doreen Walker Consulting (see base of page)

Tyrone becoming 'dumping ground' for wind farms
The most recent wind farm to be passed came last week when approval for five 70 metre high turbines at GORTFINBAR, between Carrickmore and Sixmilecross, was rubber stamped at a planning committee meeting of Omagh District Council.

©2017 Simon Mallett

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