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TurbineHub Joins the Esri Startup Program

17 Jun 2022

Wind-energy-focused data and geospatial SaaS provider, TurbineHub, announced an Esri Partner Network relationship with Esri, the global leader in geographic information system (GIS) technology and location intelligence. TurbineHub has been selected to join the Esri Startup Program, a coveted three-year program that empowers startup partners with ArcGIS technology resources to utilize within their offerings. With these resources, TurbineHub has developed a solution to support wind energy investment and asset management, bringing new and innovative products to Esri customers.

TurbineHub offers a unique platform with tools and data integrations that enable firms to originate and validate market leading wind investments. This Software-as-a-Solution (SaaS) helps asset managers, private equity, utilities, and renewable royalty buyers visualize and analyze wind investment on a nationwide and offshore scale.

“Over the next 10 years, capital investments in the United States Offshore and Repower Wind Energy will be over $200 billion combined. Development of focused software products is critical to the next generation of wind investments’ ability to produce Return on Capital Employed (ROCE),” said Dylan Gust, CEO & Co-Founder of TurbineHub. “Esri’s ArcGIS software offers a unique set of capabilities for building geoprocessing analytics, feature layer integration, and data management.”

TurbineHub also recently released the TurbineHub Index Number (THI), a national database of wind turbines confirmed with recent satellite imagery. Based on the API number for each oil & gas well in the United States, the database establishes a unique identifier for each turbine across the country.

“We are excited to partner with TurbineHub through the Esri Startup Program,” said Robert Laudati, Director of Global Partners and Alliances at Esri. “Their team understands the value that geospatial insight brings to the renewables industry and they are helping to empower a new age of wind energy analytics by leveraging Esri ArcGIS technology.”

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