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Gregg LeBlanc « WINData LLC

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Gregg LeBlanc

Chief IT Systems Architect

MS Chemical Engineering

LeBlanc is a Masters level chemical engineer and has over 10 years experience in the real-time data software industry and over 17 years of IT experience. He worked for OSIsoft for nearly 10 years and has worked with utility, petrochemical, refining, chemical, and pharmaceutical companies to develop software solution architectures that suited their needs. Le Blanc has worked with WINData since early 2008 and is the co-architect of WINDataNOW Technologies.

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Wind Plant Operations « WINData LLC

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WINData installs on-site permanent met towers and off site sensor arrays for use in wind forecasting, plant operations and energy scheduling. Combining real met data from remote locations around the wind plant allows operators to get a critical preview of the weather that is heading toward the farm. This allows them to participate more effectively in their respective markets and also reduce the impact of short term forecast error and unexpected ramp event on the production of power at the plant.

WINData’s real-time data is collected and stored alongside the plant’s SCADA data in an OSIsoft PI server and can be queried and used in more sophisticated RUC forecasting models, thus insuring greater accuracy and advanced warning about pending weather patterns.

WINData’s expertise and high fidelity data, have been employed since 2007 to help wind plant operations become more of an exact science that can be optimized for each plant’s site characteristics. Proper on and off-site sensor array design, combines with state of the art forecast models to help wind assets perform progressively closer to their peak potential and gives the best return on investment possible.

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