Forestalia is a company dedicated to energy promotion and development, specializing in renewable energies and is the promoter


in charge of building 20 wind farms in the Maestrat de Terol, entrusts ICR with the development of an environmental acoustic impact study


with the aim of predicting the acoustic impact on different sensitive receptors due to the operation of the parks.


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Renewable energies are a type of energy generation that do not cause waste and are considered inexhaustible, because they regenerate more


quickly than they are consumed.


The renewable energy company Forestalia plans to build a set of wind farms and high-voltage overhead power lines in the


Maestrat county (Terol).


ICR, Ingeniería para el Control del Ruido carried out the first and second phase of the environmental acoustic impact study during the pandemic and


has just conduct the third part of this study in order to evaluate the changes from the first studies.



A wind turbine is a device that transforms the kinetic energy of the wind into electrical energy. Sometimes this installation can cause


noise, which if not controlled, can end up being an acoustic problem.


Within phase I and II, a set of sonometric measurements was carried out according to decree 1367 to control the existing background noise in


different sensitive receptors before the installation of wind farms.










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