OWINGS, MD -- (Marketwire) -- 09/20/12 -- ComRent, the leading global provider of load bank rentals and service, announced today its wind farm power testing solution has been recognized as a finalist in the 4th Annual 2012 Golden Bridge Awards within the Green, Eco-Friendly & Cleantech - Innovations category. The annual Golden Bridge Awards program spotlights achievements and positive contributions of organizations and individuals from all over the world. Winners will be honored during the 4th annual awards dinner and presentations on Tuesday, October 2, 2012, in San Francisco, CA.
ComRent rose to the top as a finalist from considerable competition for its understanding of the challenges associated with commissioning new wind turbines, and its innovative patent-pending solution to shorten the commissioning process and get the renewable energy online faster. Clay Taylor, Founder & CEO of ComRent, explains further.
"Wind turbines are designed to compensate for power being used and apply or un-apply a load based on this design," Taylor said. "However, this process causes standard commissioning equipment to malfunction, or at least act erratically, which causes test delays, wasting valuable time and money. ComRent's innovative solution compensates for turbine intricacies to permit more accurate testing and quicker commissioning. This provides an attractive ROI to our customers both in reduced commissioning costs and faster commercial availability. We are honored to be considered for such a prestigious award."
ComRent's Vice President, Global Development, Paul Clewell, adds, "The proliferation of wind power and the generating capacity of wind farms globally continues to trend upward. We are pleased to be able to provide our innovative testing solutions to developers, manufacturers, and contractors across the globe to help meet the growing demands for reliable power."
Download ComRent's Wind Farm Solution overview.
About the Golden Bridge Awards
The Golden Bridge Awards from Silicon Valley are conferred in four programs: The Info Security's Global Excellence Awards, The IT Industry's Hot Companies and Best Products Awards, The Golden Bridge Business and Innovation Awards, and Consumer Products Guide's World Choice Awards. These premier awards honor organizations of all types and sizes from all over the world including people behind them, the products, performance, innovations, public relations and marketing. Learn more about The Golden Bridge Awards at www.goldenbridgeawards.com
About ComRent International
Since 1997, ComRent International has been providing Industrial Electrical professionals and facility engineers with reliable, electrical and thermal load banks, transformers, cables and switch-gear to commission and test mission-critical electrical and mechanical systems in high-performance structures such as data centers, healthcare facilities, nuclear power plants, municipal wastewater treatment plants and commercial cruise ships. ComRent offers North America's largest inventory of load banks, transformers, switchgear and cables. Its load bank rental solutions and value-added consulting services help construction managers and facility engineers validate designs, installations, total system performance and even LEED compliance. With 20 global distribution centers strategically located across the U.S., Canada, Brazil and Saudi Arabia, ComRent makes it possible to quickly and cost-effectively identify potential power and performance issues in these environments -- where uptime is paramount to continued operation. For more information, please visit www.ComRent.com.
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