Faithful+Gould, a North America-based construction consulting and program management firm been selected by EnviroMission Limited to provide local project management and integrated commercial services for the delivery of EnviroMission's 200 megawatt (MW) Solar Tower development in Arizona.
The appointment of Faithful+Gould in the US will support EnviroMission's executive project manager, Arup in Australia, with local expertise and on the ground presence in Phoenix.
"Faithful+Gould is delighted to support EnviroMission in delivering this iconic project in Arizona. The Solar Tower is a fabulous example of innovation driving sustainable solutions in the Energy marketplace and is a perfect match with Faithful+Gould's deep routed passion for sustainability in design," Adrian Smith, technical director at Faithful+Gould, said in support of the agreement.
EnviroMission has a Power Purchase Agreement to sell 200MW of clean solar powered electricity from the first of two Solar Tower developments in Arizona to the Southern California Public Power Authority (SCPPA). EnviroMission's first 200MW solar powered power station will have the capacity to supply clean renewable energy to more than 100,000 typical US households with zero carbon emission electricity generated without water.
"By combining our local expertise with our worldwide reach, Faithful+Gould is able to provide unrivaled commercial management and project management services across the globe to support this unique project," stated Faithful+Gould's President & Managing Director of North America, Paul Wood.
EnviroMission Chief Executive Roger Davey said, "Faithful+Gould will provide vital local expertise and services for Solar Tower development that will meet the terms of delivery of EnviroMission's power purchase agreement with the Southern California Public Power Authority."
Faithful+Gould joins EnviroMission on 200MW Solar Tower project in Arizona