Specialized Wind Services


WindLogics Overview

  • Founded in 1989 and based in Minnesota
  • Researches historical wind resource data and wind patterns
  • Provides engineering, technical analysis and consulting services in the field of studying, modeling and forecasting meteorological air flow, including scientific analysis of wind resources, wind-modeling services and climate-prediction services in support of wind-farm development 
  • Staffed with wind resource experts committed to the business and environmental benefits of renewable energy
  • Uses internally developed, innovative methodologies to assist clients with regard to wind-turbine siting and wind-farm layout 
  • Assesses long-term financial risk associated with wind-energy development
  • Translates complex information into real-world answers for the wind industry

Expertise

WindLogics is a world leader in atmospheric modeling. The company focuses on wind resource assessment, long-term wind variability analysis and operational forecasting. The company also:
  • Leads the industry in supercomputing and weather modeling
  • Provides accuracy in results and commitment to customers
  • Develops technically advanced solutions for clients
  • Offers electronic transmission of data services, namely, high-speed transmission of data from meteorological data collection equipment and meteorological towers for purposes of (1) studying, modeling and forecasting meteorological air flow, (2) scientific analysis of wind resources, climate prediction services, meteorological forecasting services in the nature of wind modeling services, and scientific analysis of computational fluid dynamics for turbine siting, (3) monitoring meteorological conditions at energy generation facilities, including solar, wind and hydroelectric generation facilities, (4) siting solar, wind and hydroelectric energy generation facilities, (5) determining site suitability of solar, wind and hydroelectric energy generation facilities, (6) evaluating site suitability of potential locations for solar, wind and hydroelectric energy generation facilities, (7) forecasting output of solar, wind and hydroelectric energy generation facilities and (8) operating, controlling and monitoring meteorological data collection equipment and meteorological towers