Following the visual inspection and securing of the site, Green Energy 3000 passes the project to the in-house planning department. Here, all further technical drawings, such as site plans, circuit diagrams and component drawings required for the project development are created.
Using the WindPro software, evaluations of the noise propagation and shadow casting of the plant as well as yield simulations are created for the planned wind parks. Using a simulation software, the planned photovoltaic systems are configured and optimized for yield.
In addition, for the support of the project development of Green Energy 3000, a large-scale regional analysis of potential sites for wind and solar parks is carried out using Geographical Information Systems (GIS analysis) prior to securing of property.
In order to keep interference at the site as stress-free as possible, Green Energy 3000 carries out an examination of the surrounding area together with expert assessors and proven suppliers. Amongst other things, to this belong biodiversity and landscape protection (water conservation areas, bird breeding and migratory stop-over areas, bat roosting places), the regional planning (wind suitability, raw material supply, open space protection), the transport (railway lines, air traffic routes) and utility supply infrastructures (drinking water, gas pipelines and high-voltage transmission lines).