EPC contractor works on more than 1,100 MW of wind, solar projects in 2011

RMT Inc. (RMT), a renewable energy engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor specializing in the design and construction of wind and solar energy generating facilities, has provided EPC work for approximately 1,100 MW of renewable energy in 2011, bringing RMT’s total renewable EPC portfolio to more than 5,000 MW.

In 2011, RMT performed utility-scale wind energy design, engineering, and construction for 13 projects. These projects, ranging in size from 1.5 MW to 150 MW, were located in Arizona, California, Hawaii, Kansas, Michigan, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Utah, Vermont, and Washington. RMT's work on these sites included roads, crane paths and pads, turbine foundations, underground collector systems, in-tower wiring, mechanical turbine completion, tower erection, and testing and inspections.

RMT also completed design and construction of eight utility-scale solar PV projects totaling 55 MWp during 2011. These projects ranged in capacity from 2 MWp to 20 MWp. In addition to full procurement and installation, RMT designed the site layouts, foundations, DC and AC collector systems, and SCADA systems, and performed the electrical system studies/designs required for interconnection to the utilities' systems.

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