By hook or by crook. And it is nevertheless pleasing to see that more and more people are attempting to take climate action. A predominant form of such actions will be that of hydro, biofuel, solar and wind investigations. A specialist wind resource assessment company will be conducting inspections within a specified radius in order to conduct feasibility studies mainly on behalf of municipal or town authorities or public service administrators in their relevant departments, usually linked to energy supply and/or utilities.
These municipalities or town bodies are, in turn, acting on behalf of their rates and taxes payers. With a number of notable exceptions, it can be frustrating to observe that there is still far too much bureaucratic red tape for both commercial and domestic consumers to negotiate before being given the green light if you will to install alternative and renewable sources of energy, whether it is to be hydro, biofuel, solar or wind energy, or a combination of at least two energy sources.
The only cynical explanation that could possibly be found is that there are vested interests holding up the alternative energy windfall. If you will. It is perceived that they have much to lose in terms of financial revenue. This is also often referred to as short-termism by academic theorists because such combative parties refuse to look at the long-term advantages of switching to alternative and renewable sources of energy, a case by case scenario perhaps whereby everyone gains.
The use of wind energy, however, is still being reasonably debated or contested owing to the fact that not all areas will be experiencing an abundance of wind which could conceivably supply a good volume of energy that could contribute positively to a local grid. Hence the need for a wind resource assessment company’s input.