Geographic Information System (GIS)

Geographic Information System (GIS) is designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyse, manage, and present all types of geographical data. TNEI uses GIS for a variety of projects, from transport planning and grid connection route identification, to offshore oil and gas asset mapping, renewable energy site finding and production of visualisations.

GIS is one of the leading tools used to identify and assess potential renewable energy sites and is used to help inform site design. GIS offers significant benefits over traditional methods, as rapid searches of large areas can be undertaken using datasets that are being continuously updated. Once a suitable site has been found, GIS can be used to accurately plot on site constraints to determine suitable turbine locations whilst the team can the use the GIS to determine, using height data for the surrounding area, where each of the turbines will be visible to help inform the landscape and visual assessment.

Further details on the range of wind farm technical assessments we can provide can be found here [link].

If you would like further information on our GIS services, please contact us [link] or download our brochure [link].