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NRG Systems recently announced the release of NRG Cloud Version 2022.3. This marks the third major release of 2022, and carries with it a host of new features and capabilities on the web platform.
The following poster presentation was part of the WindEurope 2022 Annual Event. Presented by NRG's Lead Data Scientist, Alexandra Arntsen, Ph.D., the poster focuses on the work NRG Systems has done alongside Vortex to create a unique solution to augment remotely sensed data from direct-detect Lidar with that from a large eddy simulation (LES).
This latest release is automatically available to all NRG Cloud users and introduces numerous usability enhancements, including remote configuration support for SymphoniePRO Data Loggers, expanded email notifications, and data resampling for improved visualization load times.
IEA Wind Task 43 is working to help the wind industry navigate and harness the immense potential of digitalization. We sat down with Michael Purdue, NRG's Vice President, Engineering, and one of IEA Wind Task 43's founding members, to learn more about the committee and its goals for the future.
Earlier this year, NRG Systems teamed up with Vortex FDC to perform a validation of GapFill – a tool for Vortex's LES product, which provides data when no measured wind is available (or reliable) to characterize mean flow and turbulence.
The first trial in Asia of NRG’s bat deterrent technology concluded this July, showing reduced bat activity at two ponds in the Philippines while the system was in use.
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.