By: Data Structures | February 27, 2020

27.02.2020: Data Structures crew putting the finishing touches to a new 80m SLX4/W MetMast system.

This one has been designed and installed with upgraded foundations and anchors for ease of increasing the height to 100m in the future (subject to permits, etc).


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By: Data Structures | January 05, 2020

Data Structures are pleased to announce that we have moved from our city location to more modern premises at Northwest Business Park, Dublin 15.

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By: Data Structures | December 19, 2019

Season's Greetings from Data Structures

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By: Data Structures | November 26, 2019

Data Structures are pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at the IWFA Annual Conference 2019.
This year’s event is being held at the Lyrath Hotel Kilkenny on 27th & 28th November.

Our Seán Carty (Renewables Business Manager) & John Kelly (Managing Director) will be in attendance and look forward to catching up with our industry colleagues.

If you would like to speak to us about our range of met masts, met towers, EirGrid code compliance, LiDAR and wind measurement technologies, please email us at info@datastructures.ie.

We hope to see you there!

By: Data Structures | October 23, 2019

Lidar or met mast

Like all new technologies, it is important to comprehensively evaluate for the full operational lifecycle of a windfarm site (normally 20-25 years). The informed choice for new windfarm developments is the permanent SLX MetMast up to 120m tall taking everything into account.

However, from time to time, site-specific requirements may differ, for instance, the requirement for reference met data on windfarms which have been in operation for some time or perhaps, difficulty with local planning authority or access difficulty etc.

Data Structures have recently had the pleasure to successfully work with Statkraft and ZX Lidars on two existing windfarms in Waterford & Donegal. We are delighted with this opportunity to continue developing our...

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