Wind Measurement International – Obelisk and Heirda Form Joint Partnership

Obelisk Energy, a leading supplier of high quality renewable energy solutions and maintenance services, and Heirda, an international specialist in met masts and wind measurement, have come together to form Wind Measurement International (WMI). The strategic partnership is designed to establish a global centre of excellence in the field of met masts and anemometry with the new company employing the services of world leading experts in the field of wind measurement and analysis.

Using high quality state-of-the-art equipment and leading edge wind measurement and modelling techniques, Wind Measurement International offers the renewable sector the most accurate data and predictions on wind resource assessment to ensure the wind energy project is successful.

The company will provide a turnkey solution for wind measurement and analysis from site surveys, installation of met masts, data capture and monitoring to the provision of reports for banks and planning authorities. As an independent supplier WMI will be able to provide unbiased advice on how to maximise returns from each site and has the technical resources and manpower to tackle any size of project from major wind farms to micro generation sites.

“A vital element for any successful wind energy project is an accurate assessment of the wind energy potential at the planning stage,” points out Padraig Brady, managing director of Obelisk Energy Group. “With the introduction of WMI the industry will have unmatched access to world leading experts and technical resources in the field of met mast installation and wind measurement.”

The new company has a wealth of experience internationally in met masts and wind measurement. It has offices throughout Ireland, the UK, Europe, Australia and South Africa. For further information visit www.windmeasurementinternational.com.

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