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Hinesburg, Vt.-based NRG Systems Inc., a manufacturer of wind energy measurement systems, will give away a calibrated 60m NRG Symphonie NOW System at the American Wind Energy Association's (AWEA) Windpower 2007 conference in Los Angeles, to be held June 3-6.

According to the company, the system includes everything that is necessary to perform a typical wind resource assessment. It provides three levels of wind measurement and includes a temperature probe for monitoring air temperature at the site.

AWEA conference attendees can participate in the drawing on Tuesday, June 5. For more information on the NRG Symphonie NOW System, contact NRG Systems at (802) 482-2255 or visit nrgsystems.com.


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