Understand airspace height constraints across large areas such as entire counties or states

We routinely conduct predictive analytical studies on planned wind farms over areas ranging in size from several hundred square miles to an entire state, or larger.

Our wind industry clients often request broad-area modeling studies while conducting early-stage prospecting for future wind development. The results of our broad-area assessment modeling can then be incorporated as an additional constraint within their prospecting models.

These studies enable our clients to consider airspace impacts from a very early stage in the development of potential wind farms, and seek out areas which provide both a compatible wind environment as well as a compatible airspace environment. Once a wind farm has been identified and a wind turbine layout has been established, these clients are likely to encounter a smooth and uneventful FAA aeronautical study process.