Meteodyn for the 1st time in Japan!

WIND EXPO 2013 – Tokyo - from February, 27 to March, the 1st – Booth No E715----- Meteodyn wants to be on site and meet local prospects to discuss about their proper needs.

Products, technologies, knowledge will be shared and people related to wind energy will joint this event.

Meteodyn will be there to present its numerical wind modeling software and wind park projects'
feasibility studies.

Our experts will mainly discuss about:

‐ Wind energy potential assessment,

‐ Energy production optimization,

‐ Wind production forecast.

The techniques used by Meteodyn, based on the Fluids Mechanics equations, are the most performing
and reliable ones for sites' analysis. Many software demos will be done to illustrate.
To learn more about Meteodyn, visit them online at:‐wind‐energy‐assessment‐site‐suitability‐optimisation/

About Meteodyn
For 10 years, Meteodyn has been the leading expert in wind engineering, CFD software and climatology.
Meteodyn develops wind modeling software and provides a large range of consulting services: wind
resource assessment, wind production forecast, wind atlas generation, power production assessment, site
suitability analysis, windfarm layout design, projects ‘feasibility reports…
The wind park computation software meteodyn WT and meteodyn Forecast are already used by the
major wind industries in the world.

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