Electric Power Generation
Environmental Compliance for Power Generation
Tying the growing number of new renewable power generation facilities to the electric grid can be challenging when faced with changing technologies, rapid deployments and restricted budgets. Coupled with our extensive experience in renewable power generation, our industry-leading experience in high-voltage electric interconnection facilities allows our team to bring value to your project from inception to energization.
We help owners and developers set renewable projects up for success early. During development, our professionals can support preliminary engineering to better understand site conditions, layouts and routes to bring the best solution to bear. Once the project is ready, we can be engaged for full design. Our in-house staff of civil, electrical, network and SCADA engineers supports scope, schedule and resource flexibility.
We deliver interconnection facility projects through your preferred delivery methods, whether it be design-bid-build or engineer-procure-construct (EPC). We approach each renewable power facility with a focus on safety, constructability, cost-effective design and on-time delivery.
The accelerated growth of the renewable power industry has created a need for scalable and flexible substation facility solutions. While some projects call for using permanent, full-scale structures, others could benefit from utilizing fully mobile substations.
We offer a modular substation solution that provides speed of delivery, mobility and reusability of equipment, at a lower projected capital investment. A modular substation is a high-capacity, reusable and cost-competitive solution ideally suited for renewable interconnections. We fabricate key structures off-site through our AZCO fabrication subsidiary, then construct on-site in a compressed time frame. The approach can accommodate construction and commissioning windows as small as seven weeks and can enable both future increases in transformer size and expansion to support future load growth or multiple power purchasers.
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