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September 22nd, 2011
Natural Power Deploys Dual-mode ZephIR 300 Wind Lidar

Natural Power has deployed a dual-mode ZephIR 300 wind lidar with the Centre for Wind Energy Technology (CWET) in Chennai, India. The dual-mode ZephIR can be used in a traditional ground based application pointing vertically for wind resource assessment, or directed in front or behind a wind turbine to study incident wind fields and resulting turbine wakes. This new platform of wind lidar – a ‘dual-mode’ ZephIR 300 – was designed and developed by Natural Power to meet CWETs requirements to assess a range of wind measurements. Read More