January 24, 2023
Gerald R. Ford International Airport is piloting new products and services that will revolutionize local and national travel. Gerald R. The Ford International Airport Authority announced Tuesday, January 24, the third round of companies that will receive grants through the Ford Launchpad for Innovative Technologies and Entrepreneurship, or FLITE, totaling $171,000. One of the first…
September 15, 2022
PES caught up with Renu Robotics’ CEO Tim Matus to gauge the up-to-the-minute thinking on autonomy in the solar industry. Is it taking off and what direction could the latest technology be headed next?
April 26, 2022
In this special edition of Contractor’s Corner, autonomous vegetation maintenance provider Renu Robotics discusses the growing vegetation management needs of an expanding utility-scale solar market and how remote robotic mowing can benefit large-scale solar developers.
April 19, 2022
Renu Robotics is revolutionizing the way solar and energy facilities conduct vegetation management. The Renubot is the game changer that asset owners and O&M providers have been waiting for to solve their various vegetation problems.
January 18, 2022
The San Antonio Business Journal covered Renu Robotics’ rapid growth at the end of 2021 and its projected growth in 2022: With a roster of large energy customers that operate solar plants, Renu Robotics has plans to hire more field install technicians, who sell robots at different locations, getting them up and running and training…
SAN JOSE, Calif. (August 24, 2021) – Velodyne Lidar, Inc. (Nasdaq: VLDR, VLDRW) today announced a multi-year agreement to provide its Puck™ lidar sensors to Renu Robotics, an industry leader in autonomous vegetation management systems. Renu Robotics’ Renubot, a fully autonomous, all-electric mower, helps solar and energy facilities cut costs, time and carbon emissions, while maintaining the grounds for…
Vegetation management at utility-scale solar power plants has always been a growing problem, especially seasonally (yes, pun intended). But with the evolution of AI technology, solar site management can be largely hands-off.
February 13, 2020
Believe me, I tried, but this is what happens when you overthink the process of how Renu Robotics is changing the solar industry. Using their autonomous mowing device, San Antonio based Renu Robotics has managed to cut back on the thousands of dollars usually spent on maintaining solar farms around the country.
Renu Robotics is crowdfunding its line of autonomous robotic tractors to provide maintenance at large-scale solar farms. The San Antonio startup is developing mowers that don’t need supervision to help solar power operations reduce their maintenance and labor costs.
Wind and solar make up more than three-quarters of the electricity capacity coming online in the country this year, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) 2020 Annual Energy Forecast. Globally, wind and solar energy generation is expected to grow four to five times faster than every other source of power between now and 2050, this McKinsey study concluded.
January 2, 2020
We’re currently raising funds on the MicroVentures platform to continue to build autonomous electric tractors with the goal of transforming vegetation management for solar power plants. Your investments will help us complete software stack, finalize testing and provide working capital to begin manufacturing products for our pipeline of interested customers. Visit the Link below to learn more.
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