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MEETING IEC SOLAR MONITORING REQUIREMENTS WITH NRG EQUIPMENT
Thanks to our complete system approach to solar monitoring, NRG is well-positioned to provide everything you need – from hardware to software to services – to meet your needs according to IEC 61724-1.READ BLOG
USING NRG’S BAT DETERRENT SYSTEM FOR BAT EXCLUSION
A recent bat exclusion project with Eco-Tech Consultants called for the creation of a floating “bat barge” to keep a colony of nearly 350 bats out of harm’s way.READ BLOG
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Your measurement campaign. Your budget. Your schedule. NRG's complete solar resource solutions are designed for unparalleled efficiency and ease of use.Learn More
Spidar: See the Direct Detect Difference
Spidar is a uniquely flexible, low-cost remote sensor that uses Pulsed Direct Detect Lidar technology to provide bankable wind measurement data at 10 vertical heights.LEARN MORE
Siemens Gamesa Expands Installation Support for Bat Deterrent Systems
The company has led installations of NRG’s Bat Deterrent Systems in the United States and Canada, with more deployments on the horizon.Learn more
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NRG's Bat Deterrent System in Action
Fernhills Wetland in Portland, Oregon
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November 24, 2020 | Blog
NRG Systems has had a strong philanthropic focus for decades. As we navigate the various challenges 2020 has presented as a company and as a community, we believe it is more important than ever to support one another.
November 13, 2020 | Blog
Thanks to our complete system approach to solar monitoring, NRG is well-positioned to provide everything you need – from hardware to software to services – to meet your needs according to IEC 61724-1.
October 26, 2020 | Blog
A recent bat exclusion project in Bibb County, Georgia, was the first endeavor that called for the creation of a floating “bat barge” to keep a colony of nearly 350 bats out of harm’s way.