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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 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.
In July 2019, NRG Systems tested its Bat Deterrent System at Fernhill Wetlands in Portland, Oregon.
Duke Energy Renewables recently published an article on their Illuminations website chronicling their experience with bat conservation and NRG's Bat Deterrent Systems.
With numerous Lidar technologies used for wind measurement today, it is fair to wonder which device is best suited for use in cold climates. ZX Lidars has spent a considerable amount of time analyzing how their Doppler Lidar technology, ZX 300, performs in clear-air, low-backscatter conditions typical of high latitudes.
NRG Systems traveled to San Antonio, Texas, to spend time with Sara Weaver, a biology lecturer at Texas A&M University.
NRG Systems traveled to Bracken Cave Preserve in San Antonio, Texas, in October 2019. Owned and stewarded by Bat Conservation International (BCI), Bracken Cave is home to more than 15 million Mexican free-tailed bats, making it the world’s largest bat colony.
We would like to inform you that NRG Systems is preparing to retire the 110S Temperature Sensor and the 200P Wind Vane.
In 2018, ZephIR Lidar became ZX Lidars. This shift represented much more than a rebrand for the UK-based company, which provides a range of industry-leading wind Lidar products.
Lithuania has ambitious plans to grow its wind and solar sectors in the coming decades, which is largely fueled by its desire to achieve energy independence through renewables.