- 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
Every project begins with an idea – the belief that wind turbines could be set up in a particular area. We use the evaluation of the location to analyse the question of which areas are basically suitable for a wind power project.
Our in-house "Site Assessment" department determines the options: supported by a geo-information system, we can work out the basic potential for wind power over a large area in any region. Any applicable exclusion criteria such as distance to residential settlements or conservation areas, are included in the calculation.
For any individual area, our analysis includes the wind potential, the legal planning conditions, the effects of immission control legislation, topographical circumstances and suitability relative to the protection of species.
The result of the location evaluation is a statement as to whether a wind farm is fundamentally conceivable from a technical planning perspective and in terms of planning regulations.
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