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Building on more than 30 years of experience, NRG designs complete systems and instruments that work together seamlessly and suit a variety of climates, terrains, and applications.
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Our turbine control sensors and Lidar technology provide the data you need to maximize the profitability of your project.
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Our solar resource assessment product portfolio offers a complete toolkit for the utility-scale photovoltaic project developer.
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Characterization + Classification of the Class 1 Anemometer for IEC 61400‐12‐1 Compliance
This white paper documents the results and supporting work to characterize and classify the Class 1 Anemometer according to the guidelines documented in the DTU Wind Energy Department’s Accuwind reports and the IEC 61400‐12‐1 Standard.
Post Calibrating the 40C Anemometer in the SOH Wind Engineering (SOH WE) Wind Tunnel
Two procedures – one simplified, one rigorous – are provided in this white paper, defining the process of evaluating SOH WE post-calibrations of 40C Anemometers initially calibrated at Otech.
Power Performance Testing with Stand-Alone WINDCUBE® Lidar
It is well known that the IEC ‐12‐1:2005 methodology requires the use of a hub height meteorological mast to measure the wind conditions upwind of the turbine(s) being tested. In this white paper, it is argued that ground‐based WINDCUBE Lidar technology provides a very similar input for assessing wind turbine performance in simple terrain sites, mimicking the role of an IEC met mast but with a much higher degree of flexibility and at a much lower cost.