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Just six months after entering the South African wind power market, Second Wind has sold eight Triton sonic wind profilers and partnered with WISE-Wind Information Sentinel, a global wind data services provider, to support anticipated demand for Second Wind’s remote sensing technology.

Second Wind delivered and installed its first Tritons in South Africa in June 2010. Since then, the company has taken orders for five more Tritons, including several repeat orders from Windlab. As remote sensing systems are often deployed at faraway locations, a key performance standard is system reliability. The South African Triton implementations have been highly successful, with better than 99.7 per cent uptime. To support current and future customers, Second Wind has partnered with WISE (Wind Information Sentinel). WISE will provide certified local resources (including Cape Town–based meteorological instrument supplier AfriWeather and leading wind consultant Wind Prospect) to install, redeploy, and field service Tritons in South Africa. WISE and AfriWeather will also provide installation and maintenance support services on a number of the Triton units being installed in South Africa in early 2011.
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