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NRG Systems, a manufacturer of resource assessment and wind turbine optimization equipment, has changed its name to Renewable NRG Systems Inc.

The company says the rebranding highlights its commitment to providing whole systems and solutions to the renewable energy market. The full rebranding campaign will take place over several months, with collateral refreshes, packaging updates and a website redesign in the works.

“For over 30 years, we have grown into a global business with customers and dealers in more than 150 countries,” says Jan (Blittersdorf) Blomstrann, owner, president and CEO. “Though our roots are in wind resource assessment technology, our products - both existing and those in development - allow us to expand the company’s reach into a broader market. We are thrilled that our new brand is well aligned with this focus.”



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