Version 2021.2 of NRG Cloud introduces basic remote channel configuration, updates to the NRG Cloud APIs, and numerous usability enhancements.
With the release of the new Symphonie iPackGPS | LTE-G, global connectivity to critical resource data has never been easier.
Enel Green Power, one of the largest renewable energy producers in the world, has launched a trial of NRG’s bat deterrent technology at its Gibson Bay wind plant in South Africa.
NRG Systems is transitioning from Spidar to our next generation Direct Detect Lidar and as a part of this transition we have discontinued the manufacture and sale of the Spidar Vertical Profiler effective August 2021.
Earlier in 2021, NRG Systems was lucky to spend some time with Emma Guest, a graduate research assistant studying Wildlife Ecology at Texas State University. Emma answered some questions about her research that focuses on evaluating bat species-specific acoustic response to ultrasonic acoustic deterrent stimuli.
This Q+A with NRG Data Scientist, Alexandra Arntsen, Ph.D., delves into the exciting work CFARS' Site Suitability Subgroup has accomplished this year, as well as the goals that lie ahead for the team.
NRG Systems is pleased to welcome Mywindparts to its Global Dealer Network. Based in France, Mywindparts has been providing spare parts as well as supply chain and equipment optimization services to some of the biggest names in the wind industry for over ten years.
A recent survey by the Consortium for the Advancement of Remote Sensing (CFARS), which NRG is a contributing member of, further cemented ZX 300 as one of the most accurate and flexible Lidars available to the wind industry.
For nearly 10 years, Renewable Parts, a UK-based supply chain and refurbishment specialist, has been working to improve sustainability in the wind industry.
NRG Systems has developed a tool that will give wind project owners and operators the opportunity to preemptively assess the value of installing ultrasonic bat deterrents on their turbines.