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05 Feb
CPP Wind Announces Partnership with Tuckerman Capital
Category: Blogs, News
CPP Wind Engineering Consultants, an internationally recognized leader in wind engineering services, is excited to announce their partnership with Tuckerman Capital. “We at C...
17 Jan
UC Health Campus under construction
The Effect of Topography on Wind Loads on Solar PV Structures
Category: Blogs, News
Topography significantly affects how wind interacts with solar photovoltaic (PV) structures. While flat terrain installations have their own sets of challenges and best practices, ...
02 Feb
UC Health Campus under construction
Just What the Doctor Ordered for Healthcare and Research Facilities
Category: Blogs, News
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” ~ Ben Franklin One of Mr. Franklin’s most famous quotes, this pearl of wisdom is often used in the context of health and wellness...
16 Dec
Solar panel, anemomter siting, solar tracking
Benefits of Measuring Wind Loads on an Aeroelastic Model
Category: Blogs, News
Aeroelastic load measurements for solar trackers. Historically, tests of miniature rigid models in atmospheric boundary layer wind tunnels have been performed to estimate wind load...
30 Sep
Solar panel, anemomter siting, solar tracking
Ensure the Success of Your Solar Tracker with Anemometer Siting
Category: Blogs, News
On-site anemometers play a crucial role in solar tracker operation by triggering the trackers to move to their wind stow position as winds ramp up from an approaching storm. Anemom...
21 Aug
CPP Australia 15 Year Emblem
CPP Wind’s Australian Office Celebrates 15 Years with a Look at the Early Years
Category: Blogs, News
Founded in 2007, CPP Sydney, Australia, was the first office outside of the U.S. for CPP Wind. With a state-of-the-art wind tunnel and laboratory, and some of the most innovative e...
13 Jul
Torque Tube and Dual Rail Solar Trackers
Accurate Geometry is the First Step in Wind Tunnel Testing Solar Trackers
Category: Blogs, News
  Horizontal single-axis trackers (HSATs) are susceptible to wind-induced damages, and wind loading on these solar trackers is one of the primary considerations in their desig...
03 Jan
David Banks
Dr. David Banks, PhD, P.Eng, becomes president of CPP Wind Engineering Inc.
Category: News
After operating without a president since founder Dr. Jon Peterka’s retirement in 2013, CPP, through its Board of Directors, has unanimously chosen Dr. David Banks to fill th...