With growing interest in green energy and government subsidies designed to support renewable energy sources, it’s no surprise to see the growing number of new wind energy projects. In fact, according to statistics from the American Wind Energy Association, utility-grade wind energy projects can currently be found in 39 states plus Puerto Rico, while over one-quarter of the total wind energy generating capacity in the US today has come online within the past five years.
The high number of new wind energy projects in recent years has led many to start looking for better ways to conduct wind farm surveying. Getting a high-quality land survey done quickly is one of the prerequisites for getting great results from your wind energy project and working with a land surveying partner that has specific experience working on wind projects is one of the best ways to make sure you get the land surveying services you need. Read on to learn more about how a surveyor can assist you with wind farm development.