NREL Presents Wind Turbine Case Study at Solar National Conference
Renier Construction and Byers Auto Construction Process and Installation Profiled
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) representatives presented a wind energy case study featuring two wind turbines installed by Renier Construction at Byers Auto locations in Columbus and Delaware. The case study was presented in Raleigh, North Carolina.
The National Solar Conference is America’s leading conference on emerging trends, technology, and opportunities shaping the new energy economy. In its 40th year, the conference introduced more than 3,800 attendees to the leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs moving the industry forward.
“We were pleased to participate in the development of the NREL case study for such a prestigious conference with our valued client, Byers Automotive. With wind energy systems becoming more readily and economically available for consumers and businesses to install, it is important to inform the public by providing real life examples that break down the details of the construction and installation process,” stated Mike MacKay, Renier project executive.