Wind energy

Wind is an inexhaustible source of energy that never runs out, unlike fossil fuels. Wind energy does not produce any greenhouse gas emissions or air pollution during operation. Wind energy is a clean and renewable energy source that helps reduce carbon emissions and protect the environment.
Wind turbines are built to convert the kinetic energy of the wind into electrical energy. The wind turbines are usually placed on windy sites such as coasts, hills or open fields. The wind drives the blades of the turbines, which in turn drive a generator that produces electrical energy. This energy can then either be used directly on site or fed into the power grid. The use of wind energy is an important form of renewable energy that helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reduce dependence on fossil fuels.
The future of wind energy looks promising as it plays an important role in decarbonizing the energy sector. With increasing awareness of climate change and the need to use clean and renewable energy sources, wind energy is expected to continue to grow strongly.

Technological advances, such as the development of more powerful and efficient wind turbines, will help to further reduce the costs of using wind energy and strengthen its competitiveness compared to fossil fuels.
For systems with a total height of 50 meters or more, approval is required in accordance with the Federal Immission Control Act (BImSchG). This is to ensure that the planned construction project does not have any harmful environmental impacts or other hazards. Apart from immission control, this mainly concerns aspects of nature and species protection law, building regulations and building planning law. In addition, other legal issues relating to air traffic law or landscape and monument protection may be relevant.
We would be happy to support you with the approval process in accordance with BImSchG for your wind turbine construction project.