Meteodyn to attend 2014 Mexico Wind Power!

Mexican Wind Power event from 26 to 28 of February in Mexico City

Nantes, France – September 23 2014‐ Meteodyn will attend the Mexican Wind Power event from 26 to 28 of February in Mexico City, stand N° 710. This year we co‐exhibit with our partner Barlovento Recursos Naturales – EQ2 Company in Mexico.


Barlovento (EQ2 company) is the official distributor of meteodyn WT and meteodyn Forecast in all Latin
America. Cline Bezault, wind energy expert from Meteodyn, will be on site with the local Mexican team to show the numerous benefits to use Meteodyn CFD software.

Software demo on the stand:

CFD software meteodyn WT models the wind and assess wind resource in every kind of terrains, even the most complex ones. In addition, we offer a very performing wind production forecasting solution: meteodyn Forecast software.

A new version has been released: meteodyn WT RG to create wind resource grid (WRG format) to be load in other software commonly used in WRA studies. It's a cheaper version for smaller consultant groups. Urbawind Energy is the CFD software to model the wind in urban areas. It takes wind effects due to buildings to get the best wind resource assessment for urban small wind project.
http://meteodyn.com

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