ORITE

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ORITEOhio Research Institute for Transportation and the Environment
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These fruits include described Orites follicles from Patagonia (Gonzalez et al.
Koch) * Gnaphosa orites Chamberlin * Haplodrassus hiemalis (Emerton) Haplodrassus signifer (C.
orites have a distinct inner ridge bowed into a semicircle, which make them stand apart from the others (Figs.
The first wind park in Orites near Paphos, expected to be operational by next summer, was inaugurated last week with the EUR 200 mln 82 MW project billed the largest of its kind in the Mediterranean region.
Orites bivascularis (Berry) Romero, Dibbern & Gandolfo 1988.
Another species of Proteaceae, Orites excelsa, was also found to contain aluminum and magnesium.
The Orites wind farm is the only one currently in operation with a further six under construction.
Elinas registered his intention to build a wind park in Orites in December 2004.
On the issue of the existing wind farms in Orites in Paphos and Alexigros in Larnaca, and a forthcoming 20 Megawatt wind farm in Ayia Anna near Larnaca, Kakoullis said these were a serious problem because of their impact on nearby ecology.
The first of the planned 41 turbines at Orites wind farm was turned on for about an hour on Wednesday and produced the first independent renewable energy for Cyprus using the wind.
Speaking at a press conference on the EIB's 2009 results held at the Finance Ministry, Sakellaris pointed out that as well as a total of [euro]138 million in matching funds offered to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Cyprus via the island's three biggest banks a" Bank of Cyprus, Marfin Popular Bank and Hellenic Bank a" the EIB had also directly funded the Orites wind farm near Paphos to the tune of [euro]64 million, covering the project's design, construction and operation.
OFFICIALS yesterday laid the foundation stone for the Orites wind farm near Paphos, the island's first significant renewable energy project.