Sewall has been a key player in driving the adoption of renewable energy technologies and helped position Maine as New England’s leader in wind power. Our engineers supported the development of the first commercial wind project in Maine and the largest commercial wind farm in New England. Sewall continues to provide siting assistance, civil design, and permitting services for several current wind farm development projects in Maine, New England, and the mid-Atlantic states.
Identifying and selecting wind resource areas (WRAs) require knowledge of multiple factors, including suitable wind class resources; supportive land ownership, land use and population density; proximity to transmission lines and regional customers; and critical community support. Sewall understands the need to balance these factors and to bring together the interests of engineering and energy firms, landowners, environmental groups, and the public. We provide a full range of project life-cycle services, including
Sewall has developed a web-based GIS and data sharing platform to support our existing wind clients. This platform has the power to meet the continuing needs of all stakeholders, providing access to:
By air and ground. Aerial mapping to maximize profits on wind projects. An article about Sewall wind projects in Aerial Mapping 2010, published by Professional Surveyor Magazine
Director of Renewable Energy Services
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