Renewable Energy

Stuart Michael Associates provides planning, transportation, civil and structural engineering design services for a range of sustainable energy projects.
Projects include:

  • On-shore wind turbines and wind farms
  • Anaerobic Digestion Plants providing renewable heat and electricity
  • Combined Heat and Power plants (gas turbine and renewable fuels)
  • District Heating Systems
  • District Waste to Energy plants

SMA has assisted clients by producing designs for earthworks and infrastructure, including building foundations, site access, pumping stations and sewerage treatment plants; surface water drainage and sewerage systems.
In relation to wind turbines and wind farms, SMA has assisted with the preparation of the following:

  • Transport Assessments;
  • Traffic Management Studies;
  • Flood Risk Analysis;
  • Site Waste Management Plans;
  • Construction Management Plans;
  • Detailed design of access track;
  • Support at Public Inquiry (site specific and cumulative impacts);
  • Ground Condition Surveys

How our expertise
can help you

At SMA, we have extensive experience in providing transportation, environmental, infrastructure and civils/structural design services to a range of Clients.

Our experienced and qualified staff bring commercial awareness and a proactive approach to all commissions, which range from small scale sites to large urban extensions, strategic development and multi-million pound projects.

Whether you require an initial high-level appraisal, completion of technical reports to accompany a Planning Application or detailed design post consent, SMA have the capabilities to do it all.

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October 2017 Update

20 - 10 - 2017

Planning Consent in North Devon Outline Planning Permission was granted on 13th September 2017 by North Devon Council for 144 dwellings on land west of Parklands, South Moulton. This development forms part of the Strategic Western Extension of South Moulton. SMA were pleased to assist with the design of the proposed access onto the B3226 […]