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ABB is West Texas Power’s teaming partner for the project to construct a 20 MW solar-power project for El Paso Electric, on behalf of the US Army’s Fort Bliss. With extensive experience in the engineering, procurement, and construction of over 1,100 MW of utility-scale photovoltaic projects, ABB’s staff is committed to work as integral members of the WTPC project team, focused on optimizing value for El Paso Electric and the Army. ABB will design and construct a fully-engineered solar power plant to meet all client application requirements, incorporating ABB’s power and automation technologies, including software for monitoring and tracking system performance.
Infigen Energy is WTPC’s teaming partner for the 20 MW El Paso Electric/Fort Bliss solar-power project, as well as for the opportunities to construct wind energy systems that will result from the US Army’s MATOC renewable-energy procurement process. Qualified as a small business under DOD NAICS code 221119, Infigen owns over 1,100 MW of renewable energy projects and operates over 1,500 MW of renewable capacity, including the design, construction, operation and maintenance of both wind and solar projects.
Infigen’s national control center in Dallas, Texas includes NERC-certified operators. Infigen provides permanent financing for its projects, taking an ownership stake while maintaining and operating its facilities.
Electric Power Engineers provides engineering consulting and project-management services focused on the utility industry, and specializing in the interconnection, transmission, distribution and generation aspects of renewable energy projects. As part of the management services that it has evolved over nearly 50 years in the industry, EPE has developed software to improve the efficiency of planning, operating, and maintaining large-scale wind and solar projects. As a member of the project team, EPE will assist WTPC to define the optimum grid-interconnection strategy and apply for all required permits, review key design decisions, and monitor overall project development through design, construction, and commissioning.