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Successfully interpret wind plant data to improve your O&M bottom line

US wind energy production is set to receive a boost from high wind speeds in early 2011.

With the predicted pick up in wind speeds, you need to make sure that your equipment is up to the task. The best way to do this is to effectively collect and apply wind plant data and use it to plan your maintenance strategies. 

Join Windpower Monthly, leading operators, consultants, turbine manufacturers, and research bodies at our forthcoming event to get into the hot-button issues around using wind turbine data more successfully and gain tangible solutions.

The event will take place on 29 – 30 November at The Crowne Plaza Hotel Dallas Downtown, Dallas, Texas. For the full programme and speaker line-up, please visit www.windpowermonthlyusa.com.

 

Register your place before the end of this Friday 22 October and save $50. Book now at www.windpowermonthlyusa.com

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