Advancing Wind and Solar Expansion

Advancing Wind and Solar Expansion

From mountaintop wind farms to desert solar farms and offshore wind facilities, we provide cutting-edge, practical expertise in the field, the lab, and for regulatory reviews.

Services We Offer

We specialize in ecological services for onshore and offshore wind and solar energy development, covering the complete biological spectrum.

Environmental Permitting & Regulatory Compliance

Get expert input on the NEPA process and documentation, FERC licensing and compliance, Endangered Species Act compliance, mitigation solutions, and other regulatory requirements.

Marine & Freshwater Sciences

Navigate federal, state, and local regulations, including wildlife surveys and water quality monitoring.

Wetland &Ecological Services

Understand how to manage and protect the plants and wildlife in your project area.

Wildlife Sciences

Call on us to perform thorough wildlife analyses using field biologists or remote sensing technology and create comprehensive wildlife protection plans.

Remote Sensing & Data Visualization

Our proprietary tools and technology provide valuable data and opportunity for advanced analysis.

Your Renewable Energy Permitting Guides

Clean energy siting and permitting is a highly technical and lengthy process. When you work with our team, you have expertise and support throughout this process. We have worked on hundreds of renewable energy projects and have the tools and expertise to help address common concerns associated with wind and solar development, including innovative bat and bird acoustic monitoring technology that can determine potential activity near project sites, and cutting-edge remote sensing methods to identify the abundance and distribution of marine wildlife.

We’ve provided permitting and regulatory services on hundreds of wind and solar energy projects in 38 States, in Canada, and internationally.

Connect with Our Expert

Julia Robinson Willmott

Ornithologist/Vice President

Julia is an ornithologist with Normandeau Associates and assesses offshore and onshore ecological impacts of anthropogenic and natural stressors on birds, bats, marine mammals, sea turtles, and fish. As group manager, she works directly with Normandeau’s technology team to design, test, and deploy innovative technology systems for remote monitoring of wildlife.

Julia has been project manager and technical director on over 100 aerial digital projects including state and federal efforts in support of offshore wind energy.