Due Diligence

TNEI has undertaken a range of technical due diligence activities on behalf of developers, investors and regulators on power related projects. These activities have either been undertaken directly for the ultimate client, or in partnership with other organisations such as Arup, Afry, K2 Management and Baringa. 

Projects have ranged from new wind turbines and generation technology, to distribution networks and offshore transmission networks and spanned the UK, Ireland and Brazil.

TNEI provides technical due diligence advice in the following areas: environmental issues, consenting, noise and acoustics, grid connection and civil engineering. Our project experience covers a range of generation and storage technologies generation technology, distribution networks and offshore transmission networks in the UK, Ireland, and internationally.   

We identify critical risks, allowing clients to concentrate on key issues. We tailor due diligence scopes of work and reporting to meet your specific requirements. Typically we undertake initial red flag reviews followed by a focused detailed due diligence analysis, based upon the red flag review findings and your initial feedback. 

Our technical detailed due diligence assessments cover any one, or combination, of the following areas:

  • Technology assessment
  • Grid connection review
  • Grid code compliance
  • Electricity regulation
  • Civil and electrical design assessments
  • Ground risk
  • Construction contracts, interfaces and programmes
  • Resource assessment and energy yield
  • Capital cost assessments
  • Stakeholder analysis
  • Operation and maintenance
  • Consenting and permitting
  • Environmental aspects
  • Noise monitoring and assessment
  • Site monitoring, inspections and investigations.

Get in touch with one of our experts to find out how we can support your project.

For more information, please contact our expert:

James Mackay

Director of Environment & Engineering
James Mackay