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Formed in 2007 to finance the development of wind farms in Central and Eastern Europe, Continental Wind Partners (CWP) has adopted Second Wind’s Triton Sonic Wind Profiler as a part of its standard wind resource assessment practice. With a fleet of eight Tritons, CWP is using remote sensing technology to expedite wind farm development, reduce project uncertainty and streamline project financing at sites in five Eastern European countries.

In addition CWP is an investment partner in several projects in Australia, partnering with Wind Prospect to deploy additional Tritons in Australian development activities.

CWP uses Tritons to support many aspects of its project development activities, and has accumulated nearly 100,000 hours of Triton data in Central and Eastern Europe. At the earliest phase of the development cycle, Tritons are deployed for wind prospecting – taking an initial measurement of a site’s resources to determine whether the site qualifies for a lengthier study with meteorological towers. On sites with existing met towers, CWP has deployed a Triton at several locations around the site to better map the available wind resources, an approach known as micro-siting.
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