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23rd - 25th Sept 2015

SGS Weather participates in Renewable Energy India Expo 2015


SGS Weather Renewable Energy India Expo        Renewable energy is a growing market in India. SGS Weather has participated with great success, to Renewable Energy India Expo 2015 held on 23rd - 25th Sept.
       Renewable energy Project Developers, EPC Providers, System Integrators, Consultancy Organizations and CSP Project Developers are our biggest customers with SGS Weather providing them end to end solution for Solar Radiation Resource Assessment stations, Solar Radiation sensors, Meteorological stations and PV analyzers. We specialize in data integration with SCADA and data analysis services.
       We would like to thank all the people who visited our stand and contributed to the success of the exhibition.

March 30, 2015


AWOS system operational and commissioned at Durgapur Airport


BAPL-Airport-operational        SGS Weather commissions AWOS system at India’s first Greenfield private airport -named after Bengali poet Kazi Nazrul Islam - at Andal, on the outskirts of Durgapur. The authorities of Bengal Aerotropolis Projects Limited (BAPL) are hopeful that flight operations would soon begin from the aerodrome from April 14.
       The AWOS includes Vaisala transmissometer LT31 along with Ceilometer and other meteorological sensors.

November 1, 2014


SGS Weather commissions Phase-II Noise Pollution Monitoring Network in INDIA


       SGS Weather has successfully installed and commissioned the network of 35 Noise Pollution monitoring stations in India for Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) for phase II. The installation has been done in 7 metro cities namely New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkatta and Lucknow. These stations will augment the existing 35 sites in the same cites installed by SGS Weather in 2011.
       The data is being logged every second and averaged every 2 minutes. The data is transmitted to the central server with GPRS communication and is also decimated for public awareness through embedded LED screens at the public places. The project has been highly appreciated by the people in regard to the awareness for a noise free society. The Noise Monitoring Network now comprising of 70 online monitoring stations is a unique network and largest of its kind in World.

June 14 , 2014


SGS Weather completes NIWE formerly known as CWET (SRRA phase II project) with installation of next 60 solar radiation stations


       SGS Weather has successfully installed and commissioned the network of 60 Solar Radiation cum Weather monitoring stations in India for National Institute of Wind Energy (NIWE) for phase II. The installation has been done in across the country for the measurement of solar energy potential. The system includes Solar Tracker, Pyranometer, Pyrheliometer, Temperature & humidity, Wind Speed & Direction, Pressure and Rain gauge sensors. These stations will augment the existing 51 sites installed by SGS Weather in 2011. The complete number of Solar Energy Monitoring stations is now 111, which are working in network mode.
       The data is being logged every second and averaged every 1 minute. The data is transmitted to the central server with GPRS communication. Presently our country is focusing on exploiting rich source of Solar Energy to meet the energy demands and a mission mode project is launched to create Solar Energy parks across India. Solar Energy is a source of pollution free energy which can fulfill the energy demand of the country. With the help this network data, high solar energy pockets are being identified for optimal use of the solar energy.
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