Data – Analyses – Software
Demand-oriented solutions for the digitalisation of the energy transition
Are certain areas suitable for expansion with renewable energies and what is the quality of these areas?
Answers to these questions are provided by the always comprehensive and versatile in-house space analyses. Based on our site-specific data, we identify new land potential with well over 100 different land restrictions. By applying our GIS-based software, we carry out analyses of areas in study areas of any size and thus offer our clients support for the planning and preparation of their projects. Taking into account region-specific specifications, our analyses are unique and adapt to individual requirements and expectations – thanks to the flexibly structured logic.
Regularly updated information on new areas for wind and solar parks at a glance
In our software solution Nefino.LI News, we track weekly and nationwide tenders from land owners for the lease or purchase of land for the development of wind energy and photovoltaic plants as well as land designations by planning authorities at all levels – from local authorities to the federal government. We also present the current status of land designations by planning authorities on a weekly basis.
Own area analyses even without GIS expertise
With our software solution Nefino.LI Geo, we have created a digital tool that enables project developers to quickly and precisely check any areas for their suitability for new wind and solar energy plants, even without any GIS knowledge of their own.
Wind turbine population
Our continuously updated database contains all wind turbines in Germany. We have established a reliable process to ensure the completeness, timeliness and quality of the wind turbine data. We provide both the entire database and selected parts as Excel or CSV files as well as ESRI shapefiles. In addition, we offer an API connection for direct integration of the data into your IT infrastructure. Choose between a one-off purchase and subscriptions with a price advantage to receive regular updates of the wind turbine data.
Dismantling cost forecasts
Good planning of after-use strategies for wind turbines requires forecasts of dismantling costs that are as precise as possible
For all after-use strategies of wind turbines, they or parts of them must be dismantled. In the course of this, the most accurate possible forecast of the dismantling costs incurred plays an important role. On the basis of turbine characteristics and quantity structures, we carry out calculations of recycling revenues as well as dismantling and disposal costs. The comparison of our cost forecasts with known, actually incurred dismantling costs offers us the opportunity to constantly improve the precision of our dismantling cost forecast models.
Precise predictions through combination of wind turbine data and area analyses
We carry out rapid macroscopic analyses for individual areas, entire regions or even federal states. Our focus is on the evaluation of the existing conditions at the site and the possibilities for repowering. An essential part of the assessment is, among other things, the current legal distance regulations at state, regional and federal level. By intersecting white areas and existing turbines, we carry out targeted assessments of wind turbines and in this way identify turbines with high repowering potential.
Wind and energy yield simulation
Request our simulations in direct connection with wind turbine data and operator information
When planning a wind farm, but also before erecting individual new wind turbines, knowledge about the wind accessibility and the possible energy yield at the corresponding location plays an important role. The collection of this data can prove to be very time-consuming and complex when planning large projects. On the basis of our extensive wind turbine data and our geoinformation system Nefino LI, we carry out simulations of the wind openability and energy yield potential for any area. Our database thus not only contains the relevant data of all wind turbines in Germany, but also provides information on the wind accessibility as well as the energy yield at the respective location of existing wind turbines and other arbitrary locations.