Posts Tagged ‘meteorological’
North American Windpower: Report: U.S., Mexico Winds Continued Below Normal Trend During Q2
- Published on Friday, 02 October 2015 06:13
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Wind production during the second quarter was below normal across most of the western U.S. and Mexico, according to Albany, N.Y.-based AWS Truepower’s quarterly wind bulletin.According to AWS, winds were below normal across most of the western U.S., Mexico, India and the Philippines but above normal across most of Central and South America, Europe, and the Pacific Ocean and vicinity.Overall wind speeds across much of the U.S. rounded out the quarter well below normal – continuing the pattern from the previous winter, according to AWS, which notes that the Northeast through Midwestern and Appalachian states experienced higher-than-normal wind speeds through the quarter.As for Mexico, AWS notes that most of northern Mexico experienced winds less than 10% to 20% below the norm. Strongly above-normal wind speeds persisted to the south from the Yucatan Peninsula down through South America and into northern Brazil as well as the extreme south of the continent.
Climate Parents | Senator Wyden: Restore support for wind power!
- Published on Wednesday, 12 February 2014 05:55
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I just signed a letter calling on U.S. Senator Ron Wyden and Congress to renew the vital tax credit for wind and other sources of renewable energy. The Production Tax Credit (PTC) helps wind energy compete with highly subsidized fossil fuel industries, attracts investors for new wind projects, fosters innovation and employs tens of thousands of Americans in the clean energy economy.
Because of wind energy’s growing success, dirty energy billionaires, like the Koch brothers, campaigned to kill the renewable energy credit program. Congress is at a crossroads.
Will they support policies and industries that increase carbon pollution, fueling climate-related disasters? Or will they take action to promote safe, clean energy that will allow us to stabilize the climate?
As incoming Chairman of the Finance Committee, Senator Wyden will play a major role in deciding which direction Congress goes.
Please join me in telling Senator Wyden to renew the renewable energy tax credit now: http://act.engagementlab.org/sign/wind-credit_Wyden/?referring_akid=.227975.zAnFDm&source=taf
By signing the letter, you will send a message the future of our kids and and the stability of our climate are priorities that deserve urgent attention. Thank you for taking action!
PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION via Climate Parents | Senator Wyden: Restore support for wind power!.
Tower Installation « WINData LLC
- Published on Monday, 27 January 2014 07:56
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WINData provides complete procurement, deployment, maintenance & repair, and removal/relocation services for tilt-up meteorological masts and instrumentation, sodar systems, and lidar systems. We are experienced with common NRG and Second Wind equipment and less common/legacy equipment by Campbell Scientific, Ammonit, Hoek Met Towers, Ge:Net, Double K, AAT, CTS, WINData, NexGen and many others.
We have been providing these services consistently for many years throughout the United States and occasionally internationally. We are experts with complex terrain, 50m, 60m, 80m and 100m installations, and we work out of several regional locations across the country. WINData can procure, refurbish, deliver and install used turn-key met tower systems from 50 to 120 meters .
WINData also offers professional services which include, meteorological (“met”) system array design, tower specification, project installation and data integration to support end user wind integration requirements and forecasting data services.
The most crucial step in the development of a potential wind site is the collection of accurate and verifiable wind speed and direction data as well as other meteorological parameters. WINData met towers and WINData professional installation services insure collection of “bankable” on-site wind data using guyed met towers in heights up to 100 meters. Each met tower system installation is planned, specified and supervised by company engineers in conjunction with our clients’ in-house specialists. On-going support is available throughout the entire data collection period.
WINData installs tilt-up met towers to each customer’s specification.Selecting the proper height is important and WINData will select the appropriate size and instrumentation for your site.Common heights include 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, and 80 meter towers.Taller, non tilt-up 100 meter towers are also available for either permanent or temporary installation.
Products « WINData LLC
- Published on Thursday, 21 November 2013 16:27
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Possibly the most crucial step in the development of a potential wind site is the collection of accurate and verifiable wind data. WINData professional services comprise meteorological (“met”) tower design, installation and data integration to support end user requirements and forecasting data services.
WINData met towers and WINData professional installation services insure collection of “bankable” on-site wind data at hub heights up to 110 meters. Each met tower system installation is planned, specified and supervised by company engineers in conjunction with our clients’ in-house specialists. On-going support is available throughout the entire data collection period.
WINData sells and installs tilt-up, guyed lattice and SSV met towers to suit each customer specification – met towers up to 100 meters are available for either permanent or temporary installation.
WINData’s “WINDataNOW! SuperDuty® data collection towers” are available for sale, delivery and installation throughout continental North America. WINDataNOW!® towers are manufactured using high strength galvanized steel and are available in heights up to 60-meters.
Meteorological “Met” Towers
WINDataNOW! SuperDuty® data collection towers are available for sale and installation throughout continental North America. WINDataNOW!® towers are manufactured using high strength galvanized steel and are available in heights of 20, 30, 40, 50 and 60-meters.
WINData® installs NRG NOW systems in 50M, 60M and 80M heights and offers Second Wind towers systems and instruments.
WINData® is a registered reseller, distributor and installer of Mega80 (formerly AAT – Groupe Ohmega) 60M, 67M and 80M Met Towers.
For Hub-height measurement WINData installs Sabre and Rohn guyed lattice towers and Self supporting SSV towers for heights of 65 to 110 meters (350 feet).
Wind and Climatological Sensors
Sensors are installed to measure wind speed, direction, temperature and barometric pressure at designated heights. Clients’ choice of industry standard sensors are available for purchase and installation.
Industry standard loggers available for met tower installations from WINDataNOW!®, NRG, Second Wind and Campbell Scientific.
Services « WINData LLC
- Published on Thursday, 21 November 2013 16:25
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WINData offers a full range of wind energy consulting services for resource selection, siting and analysis of site potential.Our wind energy consultants have been in the siting business since 1991 and have been involved in every aspect of the business from initial land owner relations to negotiations with power off-takers.
WINData stresses project suitability, comprehensive site analysis, investment quality proposals, community acceptance and an environmentally benign design approach. Our clients include landowners, investors, large-scale wind developers, real estate developers, law firms, utilities, federal, tribal and state governmental agencies and other clients across the nation and worldwide.
From project conceptualization, feasibility assessments and initial development work to investment finance due diligence and construction project management, WINData provides deep domain experience and crucial expertise in the development of superior wind projects, wind portfolios and project pipelines.