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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.
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.
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.
We have decided to take the guesswork out of Windcube verification and now offer validation testing of customer units against our reference Lidar at any time. The testing can serve as an addition or alternative to on-site validation against a mast.
After careful consideration and planning, Renewable NRG Systems (RNRG) has decided to discontinue the manufacture and sale of the SymphoniePLUS3 Data Logger (effective July 1, 2017).
On February 27, Dwyer Haney, the Product Manager for Renewable NRG Systems’ (RNRG) Turbine Control Solutions line, participated in a panel at the AWEA Wind Project O&M and Safety Conference in San Diego, California.
This October, Dave and Barry spent two weeks in China—a trip that brought them from Beijing to Nansan Island, Zhanjiang, Guangdong province and eventually to the Puding county, Anshun, Guizhou province in the country’s southwestern region. The purpose of the visit was two-fold: to install Hybrid XTs on two existing turbines in vastly differently environments, and to attend the 2016 China WindPower Conference.
The SymphoniePRO® Data Logger brings with it significant feature upgrades to an unparalleled legacy of purpose-built renewable energy data loggers.
RNRG’s own Principle Software Engineer, Rob Hale, was recently named an Executive Fellow of BTV Ignite—the Vermont arm of the US Ignite initiative, which aims to grow tech hubs around the country. In addition to his work at RNRG, Rob helped found the Vermont Code Camp and serves as the co-organizer of the Vermont Coders Connection as well as HackVT, the state’s annual hackathon.