Wind Monitoring Equipment Available in April
The state's Wind Energy Task Force is making a number of pieces of wind monitoring equipment available to individuals and organizations that will use the equipment to monitor wind resources in the state.
The wind monitoring equipment is being offered free of charge if the equipment is removed by April 30. The equipment includes two 40-meter tall towers at Wahoo and Winnebago and five data loggers at five locations. Be prepared to replace monitoring sensors on some of the equipment.
For more information about the equipment and its availability, contact Wind Task Force chairman Dave Reid at 402-552-5925.
In April, a four-year effort to record wind conditions at eight In April, a four-year effort to record wind conditions at eight sites in Nebraska will end. The Wind Energy Task Force is comprised of representatives from the Energy Office, Nebraska Power Association, electric utilities and public interest organizations.
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