Renewable Energy Construction projects involve new and exciting projects that involve the development and construction of facilities that harness and generate energy from renewable sources.
Renewable sources can come from various different ways. Wind farms consist of multiple wind turbines that convert wind energy into electricity. These projects involve the construction of wind turbine towers, foundations, and the installation of turbines and associated infrastructure across the total area.
Solar power plants generate electricity using photovoltaic (PV) panels that convert sunlight into energy. Construction of solar power plants involves installing solar panels, electrical infrastructure, and often requires land preparation and mounting structures.
Hydroelectric Power Stations generate electricity by harnessing the power of powerful flowing water. Construction of hydroelectric plants includes building dams, reservoirs, turbines, and associated infrastructure and clearly need certain environmental conditions to be effective.
Geothermal Power Plants utilize heat from the Earth’s interior to generate electricity. Construction for Geothermal plants involves drilling geothermal wells, installing turbines, heat exchangers, and all the associated electrical infrastructure.
Biomass Energy Facilities use organic materials such as wood, agricultural residues, or dedicated energy crops to produce electricity, heat, or biofuels, this can also come from several waste products. Construction includes the establishment of processing facilities, boilers, generators, and associated infrastructure.
Green hydrogen is seen as a sustainable solution because it can help decarbonize various sectors, including transportation, industry, and energy. The main challenge with green hydrogen is the cost associated with producing the renewable electricity, which can make it more expensive compared to other
Tidal and Wave Energy Projects are more niche projects that capture wave energy from ocean tides or waves. Construction involves the installation of devices such as tidal turbines or wave energy converters.
All renewable energy projects have one main aim, which is to reduce global dependence on fossil fuels, mitigate greenhouse gas emissions, and aiming for a sustainable energy future. They contribute to the diversification of the energy mix and help combat climate change by providing clean and renewable sources of power.
At Jackson Scott, we have been involved in multiple renewable energy projects and been involved on providing Engineering talent and experts across projects throughout the Asian and Middle east regions.