EAPC Wind Energy

EAPC Wind, based in Norwich, Vermont is a partnership between Vermont Windpower International of Norwich, Vermont and of EAPC Architects and Engineers (EAPC A&E) of Grand Forks, North Dakota. EAPC A&E focuses on architecture and planning, interior design, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, structural engineering, civil engineering, bond issue preparation, construction management services, forensic engineering as well as construction management and plant maintenance planning services. The company is rapidly growing with a staff of more than 100 professionals and offices in Grand Forks, Fargo, Bismarck, Minot, and Jamestown, North Dakota and Bemidji, Minnesota.

Featured Articles & Products

  • What are the big wind-farm siting issues facing developers today?

    When siting a location for a wind farm, several protocols are worth observing for success. Most important is conducting a professional wind-measurement campaign. [Read More]

  • A wind developer’s guide to the transmission grid

    By Jay Haley, PE Principal in Charge of Wind Energy | EAPC This is the second in a two-part series on wind-farm development. The first article, entitled Advice for first-time developers, was published in the June 2016 issue. It discussed some of the regulations and challenges of wind-farm site selection. While many developers put time and [Read More]

  • Tips for first-time wind developers

    Wind-power projects come with their own unique and often subtle challenges that can prove difficult for new developers, and easily make or break a potential wind farm. In this WindTalk podcast, a series of discussions with wind industry leaders, Jay Haley, a Principal in Charge of Wind Energy at EAPC, discusses key siting and wind [Read More]