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RES, geçtiğimiz 30 yıl boyunca, dünya genelinde offshore ve karasalrüzgar çiftlikleri geliştirme, inşa etme ve işletme konusunda şirket içi uzmanlık geliştirmiştir.
1980'den bu yana yenilenebilir teknolojiler konusunda araştırmalar yapıyoruz ve ilk rüzgar çiftliğimizi, 1992 yılında İngiltere, Cornwall'da kurduk. Bundan 10 yıl sonra, o tarihte dünyanın en büyük rüzgar çiftliğini Teksas'da tamamladık. Bugün, endüstrideki en büyük proje portföylerinden biri ve 1GW'ı aşan varlık yönetim portföyü ile dünyanın en hızlı büyüyen enerji sektörüne ortaklıklar ve hizmetler sağlamaya devam ediyoruz.
Projelerimiz, enerji üretimini en rekabetçi fiyatlarla optimize etmek için tasarlanmakla birlikte, çevreye ve yerel toplumlara duyarlı ve istişari yaklaşım sağlama konusundaki itibarımızı da korumak istiyoruz.
Uzmanlarımız, her adımda size yardımcı olurlar
Ticari ve hukuki alandan teknik ve mühendislik alanlarına, şirket olarak geniş beceri ve tecrübe sahibiyiz. RES, geliştirme safhasından başlayarak projeleri, planlamadan ve finansman safhalarından inşaat ve işletmeye kadar güvenli bir şekilde yönetebilir.
İngiltere, Cornwall, 1992
Üzerinde Varlık Yönetiyoruz
RES, geniş şirket içi tecrübesi, İngiltere 1., 2. ve 3. offshore etaplarına ve Avrupa ve Amerika'da projeler geliştirmeye katılmak suretiyle inşa etmiştir. Bu tecrübe ve uzmanlık, dünya genelindeki ticari rüzgar çiftliği ve deniz enerji projeleri geliştiricilerinin yararlanması için sunulabilir. Dalga ve gelgit projeleri için üstün mühendislik ve proje yönetimi yetkinliklerinin yanı sıra ilk geliştirme ve onay hizmetleri sağlıyoruz.
September 14, 2017
RES Begins Construction of EDP Renewables’ Hog Creek Wind Project
Broomfield, CO – Renewable Energy Systems (RES), a leader in the development, construction, and operation of wind, solar, transmission, and energy storage projects in the Americas, is pleased to announce that construction has begun on the Hog Creek Wind Project located in Hardin County, OH. The project, owned by EDP Renewables (EDPR), is on schedule to be operational before the end of 2017 and will provide enough clean electricity to power approximately 19,000 Ohio homes. RES completed the project development and transferred Hog Creek wind project ownership to EDPR in 2017.
Hog Creek Wind Project will be a 66-MW project comprised of 30 Vestas V110 2.2-MW turbines. The National Renewables Cooperative Organization (NRCO) facilitated the 20-year power purchase agreement with Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative (SMECO). The project is expected to create 235 jobs during the peak of construction and up to seven permanent jobs once operational.
“RES is grateful to the surrounding community for being supportive during the development cycle for this project. That patience has paid off and now Hog Creek Wind Project will bring significant benefits to the region,” stated Shalini Ramanathan, VP Origination, RES in the Americas. “RES is pleased to construct our third project for EDP Renewables, a tremendous partner in bringing the benefits of renewable energy to communities across North America.”
“The Hog Creek Wind Project is a great addition to EDP Renewables’ growing wind portfolio in Ohio,” said Ryan Brown, EDP Renewables North America Executive Vice President – Eastern Region and Canada. “Moreover, EDP Renewables is eager to make additional investments in Ohio to provide more economic benefits to the state’s residents and its communities. EDP Renewables applauds those who are working to ease Ohio’s onerous siting regulations, which, if amended, would encourage more wind development in the state.”
“Once again, NRCO has assisted SMECO with procuring wind energy to help the cooperative meet state requirements. As we add more and more renewable energy to our power portfolio, we demonstrate our commitment to environmental stewardship,” said Jeff Shaw, SMECO Vice President of Distributed Energy and Sustainability.
With the completion of the Hog Creek Wind Project, EDPR will expand its operational capacity to more than 260 MW in the state of Ohio. The project will have a significant impact on the region in providing a number of economic benefits to its surrounding communities. Hog Creek Wind Project will make property tax payments to Hardin County estimated at $594,000 per year and more than $10 million will be paid to local landowners through the life of the project. And in the community, Hog Creek Wind Project recently donated $20,000 to the Hardin County Historical Museum to upgrade the electrical system in the building. In addition, the project has established an internship program with Ohio State University that is expected to begin in 2018.
Hog Creek Wind Project is the first wind project that RES has developed or constructed in Ohio. The company has previously developed three innovative energy storage facilities across the state (Clinton, Willey, and Battery Storage of Ohio). With the addition of the Hog Creek Wind Project, EDP Renewables will now own and operate a total of three wind farms in Ohio. Others include the 100 MW Timber Road II Wind Farm (operational since 2011) and the 101 MW Amazon Wind Farm US Central (operational since 2016).
About RES in the Americas
Since 1997, RES has been providing development, construction, and operations services to the utility-scale wind, solar, transmission, and energy storage markets across the Americas. The company employs more than 1,500 employees and has over 9,000 MW of utility-scale renewable energy and energy storage projects and has constructed more than 1,000 miles of transmission lines throughout the U.S. and Canada. RES’ U.S. corporate office is located in Broomfield, CO with regional offices located in Austin, TX, Minneapolis, MN, Old Saybrook, CT, and Sacramento, CA. Globally, RES has developed and/or built over 12 GW of renewable energy capacity, has an asset management portfolio exceeding 2 GW, and is active in a range of renewable technologies including wind, solar, energy storage, and transmission. For more information visit www.res-group.com
About EDP Renewables (EDPR)
EDP Renewables (Euronext: EDPR) is a global leader in the renewable energy sector and the world’s fourth-largest wind energy producer. With a sound development pipeline, first class assets and market-leading operating capacity, EDPR has undergone exceptional development in recent years and is currently present in 12 markets (Belgium, Brazil, Canada, France, Italy, Mexico, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, the UK and the US). Energias de Portugal, S.A. (“EDP”), the principal shareholder of EDPR, is a global energy company and a leader in value creation, innovation and sustainability. EDP has been a Dow Jones Sustainability Index for eight consecutive years.
For further information, please visit www.edpr.com.
About SMECO - The Cooperative Difference
Eighty years ago, when rural areas needed electricity, cooperatives were created. Visionary men and women helped to form SMECO, which now provides electric service to more than 160,000 customers in Charles County, St. Mary’s County, southern Prince George’s County, and most of Calvert County.
Co-ops are distinctly different from investor-owned utilities because co-ops are owned by their customers. Customer-members elect the men and women who serve on the Board of Directors. They share the responsibility of ownership by financing the cooperative’s operations, but they also share its rewards.
Each year, SMECO’s margins—revenue less expenses—are allocated to customers’ capital credit accounts. SMECO uses margins as working capital for new construction and system improvements. Then, when the Board determines that the financial condition of the co-op warrants, members receive a refund.
As a cooperative, SMECO will always put its members first and be responsive, reliable, and resourceful—the power you can count on.
Formed in 2008 by 21 cooperatives, the NRCO aims to increase access to cost-effective renewable energy resources for electric cooperatives around the country. NRCO provides full origination and development services for its Owner-Members and cooperative customers, with nearly one gigawatt of wind and solar projects completed to date including 41 cooperative-run community solar farms. For more information see www.nrco.coop.
August 1, 2017
RES Announces Sale of Cactus Flats Wind Facility
BROOMFIELD, CO – Renewable Energy Systems (RES), a leader in the development, engineering, construction, and operations of wind, solar, transmission, and energy storage projects in the Americas, is pleased to announce the sale of the Cactus Flats Wind Facility to Southern Power, a subsidiary of Southern Company. RES served as the developer for Cactus Flats and has also been awarded the contract to complete balance of plant construction on the project.
Cactus Flats is located in Concho County, Texas, between San Angelo and Brady. The project will consist of 43 Vestas wind turbines and have a nameplate capacity of 148 MW. This will be RES’s 23rd renewable energy project in Texas. Once operational, the full capacity of the electricity and associated renewable energy credits (RECs) generated by the facility will be sold under two separate power purchase agreements with General Mills and with General Motors. Both companies will have the option to keep or sell the RECs.
Official notice to proceed was received on July 31 and project completion is estimated for the third quarter of 2018. Tax incentive agreements related to the project have been finalized with Concho County, the Concho County Hospital District and Eden Consolidate Independent School District. The project will create nearly 300 jobs during the peak of construction.
“Cactus Flats is the next significant step in our partnership with Southern Power, one of the premier owners and investors in renewable energy assets in the United States,” stated Douglas McAlpine, Director, RES Americas. “This project is a demonstration of our mutual commitment to a sustainable future and growing the economy through renewable development.”
This is RES’ second project with Southern Power. RES recently announced the completion of the 102-MW Southern Power-owned Lamesa Solar Facility in Dawson County, Texas.
July 6, 2017
RES Receives Notice to Proceed on Construction of Copenhagen Wind Project
Project will be RES’ first wind project in the State of New York.
BROOMFIELD, CO – Renewable Energy Systems (RES), a leader in the development, engineering, construction, and operations of wind, solar, transmission, and energy storage projects in the Americas, is pleased to announce being awarded the balance of plant construction contract for the Copenhagen Wind Project developed and owned by EDF Renewable Energy, a subsidiary of EDF Energies Nouvelles. The project is located in Jefferson and Lewis Counties in upstate New York. RES was selected for balance of plant construction through a competitive third party bidding process.
Notice to Proceed was awarded on May 24, 2017, and construction will begin on the 80 MW project in August 2017. Completion is scheduled for November 2018. The Copenhagen Wind Project will utilize 40 Vestas V110 2.0MW turbines. RES will also construct an approximate 9-mile, 115kV transmission line, terminating at a newly constructed substation located along an existing National Grid owned transmission line.
“Copenhagen will be RES’ first wind project constructed in the State of New York and we are pleased to be contributing to the economic benefits this project will provide to the community,” said Jason Zingerman, VP Construction, RES in the Americas. “This project is another step forward towards our goal of a low carbon future for all and adds to our proud track record of working alongside EDF Renewable Energy.”
“We are pleased to be working with RES to construct EDF RE’s first project in New York,” commented Ryan Pfaff, Executive Vice President at EDF RE. “Copenhagen Wind is yet another great example of how wind power provides an economic boost to rural America through the creation of local jobs, tax base, and recurring landowner lease payments, and we look forward to partnering with the local community in Lewis and Jefferson Counties to make the project a success.”
“National Grid is pleased to partner with Renewable Energy Systems on the Copenhagen Wind Project,” said Brian Gemmell, National Grid vice president of FERC Strategy and Performance. “We are committed to supporting innovative solutions that harness energy from alternative energy sources and help to achieve the company’s clean energy goals. National Grid is excited to play a leadership role to drive a cleaner, greener energy future to promote New York’s renewable energy target of 50 percent renewables by 2030.”
During peak construction, Copenhagen will support 120 jobs to bring the benefits of renewable energy to upstate New York. This project will offset 177,000 metric tons of CO2 emissions annually1 which is equivalent the greenhouse gas emissions from 37,500 passenger vehicles driven over the course of one year.
1.As per the Environmental Protection Agency GHG calculator - https://www.epa.gov/energy/greenhouse-gas-equivalencies-calculator