Electric vehicles charging at NRG. Over our 35-year history, NRG Systems has, with intention and deliberation, created a company culture around a simple concept – to be the change we want to see in the world.
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NRG Systems spoke with Energy3, an authorized, New Zealand-based NRG dealer, to learn more about their remote power solutions, how their designs have evolved over time, and how these systems can enhance a Windcube Lidar deployment.
This August, Technical Support Specialist Natalie Babij traveled to China to meet with a number of NRG Systems’ valued customers. In the following Q+A, she discusses her travels as well as the current state of the renewable energy industry in China and where it’s headed.
We are excited to share the latest version of our Desktop Application for the SymphoniePRO Data Logger. This release, version 3.1, introduces exciting new functionality as well as performance improvements.
Thanks to a 1 Kw PV plant installed by the Mendoza Division of Argentina’s National Technological University, climbers at Camp Confluencia in Argentina now have access to clean, potable water and power.
This July, NRG Systems teamed up with longtime partner Leosphere to host a one-day seminar in Moscow. The goal of the event was to introduce NRG and its range of products and services to Russia’s fledgling renewable energy industry.
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.