South Africa June 2010 Boston Windlab South Africa
South Africa Peter Gibson South Africa
Australia New Zealand South Africa South Africa
Australia New Zealand Ian Lloyd-Besson South Africa
Triton is an advanced remote sensing system that uses sodar (sound detection and ranging) technology to measure wind at higher heights than the previous tower-based standard. By measuring wind speeds at the turbine rotor’s hub height and beyond, up to 200 meters, Triton reduces uncertainty in annual energy production (AEP) forecasts. Triton’s ease of deployment also streamlines the wind farm development process. Wind energy companies use Triton to study wind conditions at proposed wind farm locations and for operating wind farms.
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