forest wind

forest wind

[¦fär·əst ′wind]
(meteorology)
A light breeze which blows from forests toward open country on calm clear nights.
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Andy Clayton, Clocaenog Forest wind farm project manager, said: "I'm extremely proud of the team.
The firm is in discussions with community groups in north Wales to develop a car charging station along with its 100 megawatt onshore Clocaenog Forest wind farm in Denbighshire, which will provide enough energy to power 64,000 homes.
URBINE deliveries to the Clocaenog Forest Wind Farm are set to start in January.
For the Mangyan, a faint forest wind and splintering tree branches mean bad weather.
Law firm Eversheds has advised energy company RWE Innogy UK Limited, in obtaining consent for the construction and operation of Clocaenog Forest Wind Farm in North Wales.
It is developing nearby the Clocaenog Forest wind farm, near Ruthin, which, with a proposed 32 turbines, also has economic potential for the local supply chain.
Yesterday Patrick Keogh, Peel Energy's development manager, claimed many locals still support the Blue Sky Forest wind farm.
CONTROVERSIAL plans for a forest wind farm development will come under public scrutiny this week.
He started training at Green Ridge Stables in Newmarket in 1989 and, as well as Magnificent Star, he enjoyed big-race victories with Forest Wind in the Mill Reef Stakes, Made Of Gold in the Royal Lodge Stakes and Green Line Express in the Duke of York Stakes.
AT Newbury, fingers are toasting after Mark Johnston's Marina Park (D McKeown) a close third to Zafonic last time out, fails to get home in the Mill Reef and is collared by Forest Wind (L Dettori).
Prior to his Killarney win, this improving son of Forest Wind had chased home Veronica Cooper at Roscommon.
A winner at Chepstow in June, the son of Forest Wind was stepped up in class at Ascot last time but proved a decisive winner.