Hawaiian Electric Company needed to replace the liner for the retaining basin that surrounds the fuel storage tanks because it had aged and needed to be repaired. Dudek’s mapping and surveying experts used terrestrial lidar to complete a tank farm lidar survey that would enable the creation of a new liner.
The Axton Solar Project in Virginia includes the construction and operation of a 200-megawatt solar energy facility that can supply electricity to meet existing and future electricity demands including on-peak power periods. The project will assist in achieving Virginia’s Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS). It will also support the local economy by investing in the community,
The Borderlands Wind Project involves the development of an up to 100-megawatt (MW) wind-powered electrical generation facility. The wind farm will be built near the Arizona and New Mexico border with the wind turbines and ancillary facilities located on lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management, state-owned lands, and privately owned land.
The Edwards Sanborn Solar Storage Facility aims to be the world’s largest solar-plus-storage project. The project is located in Kern County, on land leased from Edwards Air Force Base as well as on adjacent private land. Once built, the project could have a capacity of up to 1,118MW of solar photovoltaic (PV) and 2,165 megawatts
SDG&E undertook a power line replacement of nine 12- and 69-kilovolt (kV) electric facilities spread throughout an approximate 880-square-mile area in eastern San Diego County, within and around the Cleveland National Forest (CNF). Power line replacement included fire-hardening, relocating, and undergrounding facilities along 145 miles.
In order to assist in the achievement of state renewable energy targets and increase electricity reliability for San Diego County, BayWa Renewable Energy proposed to construct and operate a 20-megawatt solar farm on unincorporated private land in southern San Diego County.
To reduce costs and increase reliability for its ratepayers, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power needed to construct a new 500-kilovolt, 10- to 14-mile transmission line to deliver power from the Apex generating station to the Crystal switching station in Clark County, Nevada.
Southern California Edison’s (SCE) Devers to Palo Verde No. 2 (DPV2) Electrical Transmission Line covers more than 150 miles of alignment running from western Riverside County to the Colorado River in Arizona. The project connects several large-scale solar and conventional generation projects in eastern Riverside County to the power grid.