an AMS Corporate Member,
has headquarters in Saint Paul, Minnesota, and a research facility in
Grand Rapids, Minnesota.
Using advanced computational techniques and meteorological expertise, WindLogics
integrates on-site data with archived weather data to assist project developers,
financiers and utilities in identifying, building and operating successful wind plants.
They focus on wind resource assessment, long-term wind variability analysis, and
operational services, including data management and wind power forecasting.
The WindLogics staff includes 80 skilled scientists, computing specialists and project
managers dedicated to providing the advanced, long-term wind resource information
essential for building successful wind projects and optimizing wind integration across
Community people associated with WindLogics include: