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Despite being one of the last active on shore met mast intsallation crews in the UK we still only appear on the 3rd page of Googles search results.
Since the environment for onshore projects became less favourable, direct competitor companies that specialised in met mast installations have gone out of business. Other companies that provide a range of engineering and technical services have mothballed their met mast installation crews. But were still here, with a flexible crew who can take time out during quieter periods and pick up the pace as required. We must be doing something right!
I've decided to make it a personal challenge to at least get on to the 1st page. Use of link farms is pretty common practice by SEO companies. I'll be trying the DIY and recommended method of keeping the website looking busy with regular news updates and quality content such as this :\ .. aswell as linking back to the Website as much as possible from social media. http://ow.ly/Ds3j30fLOrw
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We have added a measurement of solar energy to the data set. The units are watts / m2. The total amount of solar energy available is estimated to be 1.32 to 1.45 Kw for every square meter of the surface of the Earth. At our latitude, the atmosphere absorbs around 25% on a clear day, so the maximum we expect to receive is about 1000 w/m2.
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LIDAR and Remote Power Supply at Gwynt Y Mor

  Solar Wheel veterans, Bobby and Felix, worked closely with RWE to Install a Zephyr LIDAR and renewable power supply on the Gwynt Y Mor MET Mast as part of the ongoing wind monitoring campaign.The work required considerable planning and creativity to safely lift the equipment including Trojan AGM batteries, 2 Ampair wind generators, Photo Voltaic modules and all cabinets and control equipment. A cordless electromagentic pillar drill was utilized to drill fixing points into the sub structure to secure the new cabintes.
http://www.solarwheel.co.uk/news.html
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2014-05-28
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