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KONA & Leosphere would like to thank all the visitors to our stand at IWEA14

KONA & Leosphere would like to thank all the visitors to our stand at IWEA14. We are very pleased with the positive reactions to our Windcube v2 demonstration and we look forward to meeting you again soon. Thanks also to IWEA for another successful conference. Picture shows; Michael Martyn (CEO KONA), Loic Maurillion (Leosphere) and […]

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Koyelia
Posted
Mar 29th, 2014

Leosphere’s new website

Our partner Leosphere have a new website. Have a look here – www.leosphere.com/en Leosphere, founded in 2004, are world leaders in ground-based and nacelle-mounted LiDAR (Light Dectection And Ranging) for atmospheric observation. To know more visit KONA’s IWEA stand to speak to Loic Maurillion of Leosphere  and for a demo of Windcube v2 unit on […]

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By
Koyelia
Posted
Mar 24th, 2014

KONA @ EWEA 2014

EWEA Annual Event is Europe’s premier wind energy event that presents an international platform for the wind energy industry to showcase and demonstrate its latest products and services. This year’s event is being held in Barcelona from 10th to 13th March. KONA’s International Sales Manager, Myles Hand, will be attending the event on 11th and […]

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Koyelia
Posted
Mar 5th, 2014

KONA secures another PMM contract from SSE Renewables

KONA have secured the contract for the installation of two 80m SLX5 PMMs (our new SLX5 series permanent met masts) for our client SSE Renewables as part of the construction of the 16 MW Langhope Rig windfarm in the Scottish Borders in the UK. Our SLX5 self-supporting model, is designed to BS8100 & BS5950 for […]

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By
Michael Martyn
Posted
Dec 16th, 2013

KONA Climbing Derrick system in action

KONA Climbing Derrick system for reducing wind measurement instrument uncertainties on tubular met masts. Over the past number of years KONA has used our Climbing Derrick system for installing wind measurement instruments to a higher degree of accuracy on tubular met masts. By using laser measuring technology with inclinometers we can adjust each instrument individually, compensating […]

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By
Michael Martyn
Posted
Dec 6th, 2013