Solar engineering projects
Utility scale solar plants
AL Solar A Project
Chambers County, AL, 2017
Single-Axis Tracking. Provided electrical, utility, structural engineering as well as complete and detailed design of 115-34.5kv substation.
Springbok I and II Solar Plants
Kern County, CA, COD 2016
Provided electrical and structural engineering for two plants on adjacent sites sharing the same substation. Designed to withstand high winds and flood conditions.
Red Hills Solar Power Plant
Parowan, UT 2015
Single-axis tracking system on a challenging site. Designed and engineered to withstand a high snow load. Interconnected to Rocky Mountain Power.
K-Road Moapa Power Plant
Clark County, NV 2014
Approved for construction on Moapa Band of Paiutes’ tribal land by the U.S. Department of the Interior. Planned to be built in three phases for a total of 250 MW AC, this proposed plant was at the time the second largest in the United States.
McKenzie Power Plant
Galt, CA 2013
Utility scale plant located on 230 acres of agricultural land. Part of Sacramento Municipal Utility District’s Feed-in Tariff program.
Mayfair (TA High Desert) Power Plant
Lancaster, CA 2013
Single-axis tracking system located on 218 acres of agricultural land in rural Los Angeles County. Consists of more than 89,000 photovoltaic panels and 40 inverters, all delivering power to the California grid. Acquired by NRG Energy, Inc.
Kansas South Power Plant
Kings County, CA 2013
Ground-mount, single-axis solar photovoltaic facility located on 203 acres of agricultural land in Kings County, California. Comprised of more than 113,000 PV panels. Acquired by NRG Energy, Inc.
Kalaeloa, HI 2013
Provided complete design and structural and electrical engineering for this ground‐mounted, fixed‐tilt, utility-scale system. At the time, the largest PV system in Hawaii.
Utility-scale solar site
Tuticorin, India 2012
Provided electrical and structural engineering for a fixed-tilt array designed to accommodate local construction practices
Dillard Power Plant
Sloughhouse, CA 2010
Topographically challenging site on 90 acres of agricultural land in Sacramento County. Includes single-axis trackers and a ground-mounted, fixed-tilt array. The plant was designed for Recurrent Energy and later acquired by Google.