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In early January, technicians from Ventus and Consertek Telecom Inc braved the cold to attend a two-day electronics training at RNRG's Vermont headquarters.
For the past ten years, Texas Controls has played a crucial role in growing Renewable NRG Systems’ (RNRG) presence in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Women working in STEM fields have historically faced myriad challenges, but as colleges aim to empower their female students and businesses look to diversify their workforces, the fight against gender bias is on.
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.
Drew Lepple, tech services specialist and tower expert extraordinaire, has worked at RNRG for a decade, and in that time, he's gained a deep understanding of RNRG products—from how they're built to how they're deployed in the field. We followed Drew for a day to see how he brings his breadth of knowledge to helping RNRG customers around the world.
Welly Cobden has worked at RNRG for more than 17 years, so he knows a lot about RNRG products. Especially Lidar. Whether you need a Lidar installed onsite or a simple question answered, he’s your point person.
After working with RNRG for more than eight years, Harness Energy knows our products inside and out. Based in Denver, Colorado (U.S.), Harness provides meteorological measurement field services to renewable energy developers and operators across the U.S. and internationally.
As RNRG’s markets have expanded into more than 150 countries, so too has our network of dealers. Located on every continent, RNRG dealers have the regional knowledge to help guide customers through each stage of their renewable energy project—from choosing the right equipment for their climate to sorting out local regulations.