Learn how a stand-alone WINDCUBE Lidar can help to characterize turbine efficiency at your wind farm – mimicking the role of an IEC mast but with a much higher degree of flexibility and at a much lower cost.Download White Paper
With your choice of pyranometers and a standardized design, our Solar Resource Assessment Systems provide precise, site-specific measurement in any terrain.View SRA Systems
Available in four different heights, RNRG’s integrated measurement systems include everything necessary for your resource assessment campaign—tower, logger, sensors, and accessories.LEARN MORE
Learn how we collaborated with ALLETE Clean Energy to design a turbine control sensor retrofit solution for Mitsubishi 600kW turbines.Read case study
RNRG measurement tools are purpose-built for the renewable energy industry. We focus on the features you want and the data certainty you require—so you can concentrate on the success of your project, not data collection.Explore our products
August 5, 2016 | Blog
In the course of conversations with wind developers new to Lidar technology, a number of questions seem to come up regularly. Two very practical questions have to do with how WINDCUBE Lidars might affect overall wind resource assessment campaign duration and also whether frequent relocations of the device are warranted.
July 12, 2016 | Blog
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July 5, 2016 | News/Media
RNRG announced today that it has supplied complete resource assessment packages to French developer VALOREM to support their renewable energy project development activities in Africa. VALOREM is currently building a pipeline of five wind and solar farms at various development stages, totaling around 100 MW spread across various North African countries.