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NRG Systems Inc., a Hinesburg, Vt.-based manufacturer of wind energy measurement systems, will give away a 60 meter XHD Calibrated Symphonie NOW system at the Canadian Wind Energy Association's 2007 conference in Quebec City, which takes place Sept. 30 through Oct. 3. The system is valued at $15,750.

"The XHD TallTower represents NRG Systems' 25 years of experience and dedication to offering measurement systems specifically for the wind energy industry," says Greg Erdmann, NRG Systems' sales manager. "Its design responds to customer demand for stronger towers and flexible configurations – it is the right tower for today's wind energy industry."

Conference attendees can view the complete system as packaged in its EnviroCrate by visiting NRG Systems' exhibit at booth No. 512.


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