- Project development
- Site evaluation
- Securing under private law
- Species conservation studies
- Determining the potential of the wind
- Technical planning / Micro-siting
- Construction planning / Approval process
- Grid connection planning
- Business concept / Finance
- Purchase of turbines
- Project construction / Implementation
- Compensating measures
Securing under private law
Two central requirements must be met for the planning and subsequent realisation of a wind farm project:
- the basis under civil law – the contractual agreement of the property owners for the area where the wind farm is to be built
- the basis under planning regulations – the agreement of the responsible public planning authorities to designate the area as a priority area for wind farm exploitation in the regional or local constructional planning process
The property owners are very important partners for us. Their land forms the physical and legal basis for the wind farm. Cooperation between the owner and us is based on a lease agreement to use the land for the operation of wind turbines. On request, the purchase of land is conceivable. As the ideas and desires of the property owners are as individual as the projects, our project developers draw up a tailored concept together with the owners.
The local authority always has the planning sovereignty to designate the wind farm area. Depending on the rules laid down in the state planning law, the Regional Association also has an important role to play in the designation of wind power areas.
If the local authority shows interest, our technical department will provide extensive support in the construction planning process to create or refine area usage and development plans. These and other issues such as connecting up the wind farm area or implementing compensation and replacement measures, can be settled between ourselves and the local authority as part of an urban development contract.
continue with Species conservation studies