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Timmons Group, along with researchers and scientists from the Virginia Center for Wind Energy at James Madison University and WeatherFlow Inc., have launched the Wind, Weather and Energy Viewer, which displays a detailed view of Virginia's offshore wind energy resources.

The Wind, Weather and Energy Viewer offers users the ability to access real-time meteorological conditions based on both public and private data sensors, as well as modeled wind and energy production estimates, at user-defined locations within Virginia's near-shore and offshore environments.

The application can be accessed here.




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