The Department for conventional energy‘s expertise lies in consulting on projects which deal with conventional energy production, including gas-energy plants.
From the planning stage to project implementation
This department has extensive experience and expertise in conducting professional Environmental Impact Analyses in a broad variety of fields.
Projects guidance occurs throughout all the various stages of a project:
- Feasibility studies – Identifying potential project sites.
- Document preparation and initial consulting for the local committee meeting.
- Preparation of Impact Assessment report including:
- Field studies
- Analysis of existing conditions via research including field surveys and literature reviews (Part 1)
- Detailed analysis of project alternatives including aesthetic, energy, environmental, and other aspects (Part 2)
- Technical and engineering details of the project (Part 3)
- And in the final stages of the analysis, a combination of Parts 1 & 3 in order to detail the expected direct and indirect project impacts including recommendations and instructions for minimizing impacts (Part 4)
- Presentation of findings in front of committees and the stage for receiving project objections
- After project implementation and before permitting stages: preparation of targeted monitoring plans
- For sensitive areas that were uncovered during the analyses: application of environmental recommendations from the instructions described in Part 4