Earlier in 2021, NRG Systems was lucky to spend some time with Emma Guest, a graduate research assistant studying Wildlife Ecology at Texas State University. Emma answered some questions about her research that focuses on evaluating bat species-specific acoustic response to ultrasonic acoustic deterrent stimuli.
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NRG Systems is pleased to welcome Mywindparts to its Global Dealer Network. Based in France, Mywindparts has been providing spare parts as well as supply chain and equipment optimization services to some of the biggest names in the wind industry for over ten years.
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.
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 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.
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.
This fall, members of NRG’s Marketing and Engineering departments stepped away from their desks and got their hands dirty harvesting vegetables and building homes for their local community.