The Wettendorf-Bottendorf onshore wind farm covers the energy demand of approximately 8,500 households, and its contribution to climate protection amounts to savings of more than 20,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually.
On behalf of the public utility of Munich, BBB (which is now part of Ramboll) and Ramboll provided technical due diligence services including yield calculations. After the transaction BBB/Ramboll was commissioned for the supervision of the construction process (Owner’s Engineer).
Examining the potential for wind energy in central Germany.
Providing important reference data for new onshore wind farms.
Performing technical due diligence assessments and supervision of the construction measures, Ramboll acted as owner’s engineer during the execution and construction phase.
Ramboll acted as adviser and technical consultant for one of the world’s largest onshore wind farms in Montana, USA. The Judith Gap wind farm is an 180MW onshore wind farm that supplies approximately 50,000 households with renewable energy. It features 90 GE wind turbines with a total nameplate capacity of 135MW. It was completed in 2005. Ramboll provided designs and expert reports, managed the permitting and procurement process, and supervised implementation.
Ramboll has been working on the establishment of Høg-Jæren Energy Park, the first wind power project of many to come in this part of Norway.
Design, environmental impact assessment, stakeholder consultation and consenting support for Glenmuckloch Wind Farm - a proposal for eight 3.2 MW wind turbines located on land adjacent to the Glenmuckloch opencast coal mine, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, UK.
Hundhammerfjellet Wind Farm is established as a wind farm for developing wind turbine technology relevant in very rough climate conditions, especially high wind speeds and turbulence. The developer is a Norwegian power company, NTE AS, and the turbine manufacturer is ScanWind Group AS, now part of General Electric (GE).
Ramboll has been appointed by Norwegian contractor Veidekke to carry out the detailed engineering of the Storheia Wind Farm north of Trondheim, Norway.
Establishment of Bessakerfjellet Onshore Wind Farm, Norway, with 57.5 MW installed effect
Troms Kraft Produksjon AS has for decades been a major player within hydroelectric power production in Northern Norway. Their experience and focus on renewable energy has made it obvious for them to look into a role also within wind power production.
Ramboll experts conducted a critical issues review to help our client identify viable and non-viable sites for the development of 10 onshore wind farms in the USA that will ultimately boost US renewable energy production. Our assessment addressed impacts and challenges related to protected state and federal species and habitats, hydrology, cultural resources, county and state permitting requirements and regulated waters.
Vestas is the only global energy company dedicated exclusively to wind energy. They have gained a market-leading position with more than 71 GW of installed wind power and more than 49 GW under service globally.
The project involves the construction and operation of a new wind farm with over 40 wind turbines and a generating capacity in excess of 150 MW. The area supports bird and bat species which are the focus of detailed scientific investigation.