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Nabla wind hub lands in Japan with the latest in wind farm technology

24 Oct 2022
Nabla wind hub lands in Japan with the latest in wind farm technology
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Last week, Ruben Ruiz de Gordejuela, CTO at nabla wind hub, and Ahmed Moussa Caramés, Head of Business Development of nabla, were flying to Japan to present the latest in wind farm O&M technology.

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We renew our commitment with the Global Compact

02 Aug 2022
We renew our commitment with the Global Compact
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This year nabla wind hub has renewed our commitment to keep working towards sustainability, reaffirming our support of the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact in the areas of Human Rights, Labor, Environment and Anti-Corruption.

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Take your wind farm to the next level with nabla configurator!

30 Jun 2022
Take your wind farm to the next level with nabla configurator!
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An 3-easy-step simulator with which you can play and test your own wind farm in order to get the most of it, thanks to the different technologies and solutions offered, for each site specific conditions and platform class.

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iSpin can now be used by the GSE in Italy to calculate the missed wind production

10 May 2022
iSpin can now be used by the GSE in Italy to calculate the missed wind production
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It is now possible to open an agreement with the GSE for the calculation of the missed production by entering on their portal the data measured by the iSpin anemometers.

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Nabla analytics, the latest wind farm monitoring tool

20 Apr 2022
Nabla analytics, the latest wind farm monitoring tool
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After months of testing, adjusting new features, and designing changes to ensure an intuitive and easy-to-use platform, we are launching today the most demanded product by our clients: nabla analytics.

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Long second-life to our blades

03 Feb 2022
Long second-life to our blades
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Due to the growing number of old turbines and the repowering offer in the wind sector, an increasing number of companies are joining forces to be prepared to manage the 60,000 tons of wind turbine blades that could be decommissioned by 2023.

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