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International investment firm HS Wind Energy has won a 60-meter calibrated NRG Symphonie NOW System from Hinesburg, Vt.-based NRG Systems Inc. in a contest at the American Wind Energy Association's WINDPOWER 2007 conference. According to NRG Systems, the prize is valued at $15,750.

"The need to drive uncertainty lower in all phases of a wind project is a common theme heard over and over at the numerous conferences we attend," says Barton Merle-Smith, director of marketing and sales for NRG Systems, a manufacturer of wind energy measurement systems for the global wind energy industry. "We think it is important to do whatever we can to provide a stable and reliable platform for data collection that helps the industry achieve that goal. This system does that."

For more information about this product, visit NRG Systems' Web site at nrgsystems.com


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