NRG Systems will continue to support the Paris Climate Agreement and its mission to combat the threat of climate change.
On May 22, Renewable NRG Systems announced that it has changed its name to NRG Systems. We feel our new name better represents the scope and breadth of our product offerings and services, all of which aid us in our mission to shape our future with smart technologies for global resource sustainability and climate challenges.
We are excited to share the latest version of software for the SymphoniePRO Data Logger. This release, version 3.0, introduces exciting new functionality as well as performance improvements.
On April 29, a group of RNRG employees traveled from Vermont to Washington, D.C. to attend the People’s Climate March.
Renewable NRG Systems recently introduced a Soiling Measurement Kit specially designed to help PV developers and operators obtain the information needed to quantify the site-specific impacts of soiling on prospective and current PV projects.
We have decided to take the guesswork out of Windcube verification and now offer validation testing of customer units against our reference Lidar at any time. The testing can serve as an addition or alternative to on-site validation against a mast.
After careful consideration and planning, Renewable NRG Systems (RNRG) has decided to discontinue the manufacture and sale of the SymphoniePLUS3 Data Logger (effective July 1, 2017).
On February 27, Dwyer Haney, the Product Manager for Renewable NRG Systems’ (RNRG) Turbine Control Solutions line, participated in a panel at the AWEA Wind Project O&M and Safety Conference in San Diego, California.
Renewable NRG Systems will no longer sell the “A” version of the WindSensor P2546-OPR Anemometer as of this summer, with a final ship date of June 30, 2017. This change only affects the P2546A-OPR model, which has a square wave output.
In early January, technicians from Ventus and Consertek Telecom Inc braved the cold to attend a two-day electronics training at RNRG's Vermont headquarters.