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One of Natural Power’s goals is to nurture an attractive, successful and sustainable renewable energy consulting business. As a company, we recognise that genuine commitment to understanding the present and future needs of our clients are realised in the quality of the services we provide. One of our key objectives is to always monitor our clients evolving needs in order to increase the range of services and products we can offer, and also to strive to exceed their expectations.
Natural Power’s Quality Management System has been developed to effectively manage our business processes, deliver our services and meet customer expectations. This is achieved through the implementation of a management system that meets the requirements of ISO 9001:2008. By listening to our clients and by reviewing our processes, we strive to identify ways in which we can exceed their expectations.
As part of our continuing commitment to service, quality and environment, Natural Power has achieved the following ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2007 scopes:
Wind farm operational site management.
Project management, due diligence and consultancy services (to include pre and post construction phases) for the construction of onshore/offshore renewable energy projects with associated site investigation and onshore/offshore ecological surveys.
Resource management, analysis, modelling and design for onshore and offshore renewable energy projects, including the application of tools and the methods for assessing complex flow environments for wind, wave and tidal environments.
Project management, consent management, due diligence and consultancy services including initial site feasibility studies, land agreements, management of the EIA process and planning applications, stakeholder consultations, permitting and discharge of planning conditions of renewable energy projects (onshore & offshore wind, wave & tidal, biomass, PV, hydro and associated infrastructure)