Environmental monitoring

Environmental monitoring

Developers of renewable energy projects not only face engineering challenges. Permission for project development can only be granted once a number of environmental hurdles have been overcome.

As a one-stop shop for engineering and environmental services, DNV GL offers an integrated approach to project development, which is extremely rare in this business. The bottom line for the client is harmonious integration of engineering and environment to optimise project development.

DNV GL offers the complete range of permitting and environmental services, to assist project developers in obtaining the permits they require. The services include detailed constraints analysis, environmental assessment management, land-use planning, noise propagation modelling, visual effects assessments, electromagnetic interference (EMI) studies, wildlife studies (bird and bat baseline monitoring, etc.), archaeology and heritage studies, as well as stakeholder consultations.

By combining these environmental services with DNV GL’s meteorology and engineering services, project developers benefit from cost efficiencies and minimise their development risk. For example, by commissioning a detailed constraints analysis concurrently with preliminary layouts, developers can obtain a clear picture of the land actually available for development, and by undertaking stakeholder engagement activities as early as possible, they can improve their management of project risks.

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