RMT to help develop wind energy project

Wind energy developer Alliance Power Inc. has selected RMT Inc. (RMT) to design and construct the 67 MW Colorado Highlands Wind project in Logan County, Colo.

RMT will provide engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of the civil and electrical infrastructure to support the installation of 42 GE (NYSE: GE) 1.6 MW wind turbines at the site. The civil infrastructure includes roads, crane paths and pads, and turbine foundations. The electrical infrastructure includes a 34.5/115-kV power substation; a 6.2-mile, 115-kV project transmission line; and interconnection switchyard to the Western Area Power Administration's system. RMT is also responsible for tower erection, in-tower wiring, mechanical turbine completion, operations and maintenance building construction, and testing and inspections to deliver a fully functional wind-powered electrical generation facility.

Construction of the Colorado Highlands Wind project began in late April 2012. The project is scheduled to be operational by the end of 2012. The full output of the project will be delivered under a 20-year power purchase agreement to Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association.

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