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Clir Renewables secured a C$1.9m investment following discussions with multiple investors.
Replacing components in a wind turbine is a costly procedure, especially if required urgently; however, it can be avoided or planned for by on-going monitoring of temperatures.
To achieve success you need a good product and excellent customer support. Our Customer Success Team consists of engineers dedicated to working with clients to get the best out of their portfolio using Cir AI.
Gareth Brown chats to Michelle Froese on Wind Talk, discussing A.I. and wind power.
Clir Renewables is delighted to announce the appointment of Ian Irvine to its Board of Directors.
Studying undergraduate level computer science imparted many technical skills that I use on a daily basis, but school doesn’t teach you everything there is to learn.
It’s not always clear if a turbine is underperforming, but machine learning can assist in finding out.
Matthew Lynn is our Director of Product, turning our ideas, and those of our clients, into reality.
Clir Renewables has secured its first project in France following the recent opening of its first office in Europe.
Last week our CEO Gareth joined Business in Vancouver on its podcast, listen here.
GADS-W reporting can be a time-consuming task, Clir can reduce this to a one-click report.
As existing wind turbine fleets age, there is a case to be made for implementing system upgrades, but how do you know if it is worth the initial investment?
Clir Renewables has developed renewable optimization and reporting software to quantify the impacts of forestry on wind farms.
Blade icing has a major impact on wind turbines but has historically been difficult to assess. Clir Renewables developed software to detect icing and reduce associated losses.
At Clir Renewables building an inclusive workplace for our team is a core value. We believe that ensuring the work environment is one where everyone has the opportunity to thrive and do their absolute best is essential to create an engaged team.
Most, if not all, wind energy asset owners and operators do not understand the performance of their assets and our industry is not performing to it’s potential.
With an increased number of assets nearing the end of their life expectancy continued assessment of component health is imperative for strategic asset management.
Vancouver based renewable energy software startup Clir Renewables announced as a recipient of funding from Sustainable Development Technology Canada.
Yaw misalignment is causing significant production losses and is often ignored, Clir’s software allows owners to mitigate its effects.
Using proprietary advanced analytics and machine learning, renewable energy AI software company Clir can detect and quantify the impact of leading edge erosion on wind farms.
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