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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.
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.
As the wind industry’s adoption of Lidar technology continues to grow, Doppler Lidar has been gaining ground as a more flexible, lower-cost, and safer option for hub-height measurements than lattice towers.
Bats are notoriously difficult to study due to their small size, nocturnal habits, and penchant for hiding during daylight hours. Therefore, we were particularly excited when researchers from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) asked NRG to take part in an innovative study exploring how bats interact with ultrasonic acoustic deterrents.
NRG Systems believes that participating in the towns where we live and work is key to building a better business and world.
Bruce Taubert has been photographing the natural world and its inhabitants for more than 30 years. Among his frequent and favorite subjects are bats.
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.
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.
Did you know that RNRG offers recycling service for all products we manufacture and resell? The service, which is offered at no cost, is handled by our standard Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) process.
Thanks to its ongoing dedication to promoting health and wellness among employees, RNRG has been chosen to receive the prestigious Governor’s Excellence in Worksite Wellness Award for the fourth time in six years.