Natural Power Expand to Provide Lifecycle and Holistic Design Services, Recruiting Key Figures to Support Growth

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International renewable energy consultancy, Natural Power, continues to expand its service offerings by introducing a full range of Design and Advisory Services to the renewable energy market.

International renewable energy consultancy, Natural Power, continues to expand its service offerings by introducing a full range of Design and Advisory Services to the renewable energy market.

Heading up this service is David Wright, who has joined Natural Power from URS Scott Wilson. David’s role will see him co-ordinate and manage design services to client projects, including the provision of focussed design advice in relation to due diligence commissions for finance sector clients. David brings with him a wealth of experience in major infrastructure facilities development across the wind, hydro and water sectors and is based in the company’s 12th office, in Stirling, UK.

Shane Bermingham, another ex URS Scott Wilson employee, has also joined the company to enhance Natural Power’s civil engineering services which sit alongside the in-house structural, electrical and turbine engineering capabilities already provided to the market.

Commenting on the new service offering, David noted: “Natural Power’s amplified range of services now includes civil / structural balance of plant design, geotechnical design, transmission engineering and turbine technology advisory services.

We have found that front end engineering can be of real advantage to developers and purchasers, and investment in a slightly deeper level of design early on can identify and avoid issues that otherwise may have a significant impact on the consented project”.

Natural Power employs 280 staff, operating globally across 12 offices, including Stirling, UK, providing full lifecycle services to the market:

  •     Technical
  •     Ecology & Hydrology
  •     Planning & Development
  •     Construction & Geotechnical
  •     Asset Management
  •     Due Diligence

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Sarah Brady
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Natural Power

Notes for Editors:

Natural Power is a leading independent renewable energy consultancy and products provider. The company offer proactive and integrated consultancy, management & due diligence services, backed by an innovative product range, across the onshore wind, offshore wind, wave, tidal, biomass, pv and hydro sectors, whilst maintaining a strong outlook on other new and emerging renewable energy sectors. Established in the mid 1990s Natural Power has been at the heart of many groundbreaking projects, products and portfolios for more than two decades, assisting project developers, investors, manufacturers, research houses and other consulting companies. With its iconic Scottish headquarters, The Green House, Natural Power has expanded internationally and now employs over 250 renewable energy experts across Europe and North America with further representation through South American consultancy Latwind Energías Renovables and Turkish renewables consultancy re-consult. Providing Planning & Development, Ecology & Hydrology, Technical, Construction & Geotechnical, Asset Management and Due Diligence services, Natural Power is uniquely a full lifecycle consultancy – from feasibility to finance to repowering, and every project phase in between. Natural Power has consistently invested in product development and technical research in order to progress certain key areas within the industry such as the operational management of wind farms, the design and assessment of wind farms in complex flow and the use of remote sensing for wind measurement.

From award winning consultancy and management services, through a string of technology world-firsts, Natural Power has a successful track record and the breadth of services and deep-rooted experience that provides a wealth of added value for our diverse client base.

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