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 2019 wind buyers guide
RES (Renewable Energy Systems) is an international renewable energy company with experience in innovating and reducing costs for continued growth without subsi- dies. In the past 35 years, RES delivered 10GW of renewable energy projects in North America, including over 9GW wind, and a total of more than 16GW across the globe. They leverage their experience as both a developer and self-perform EPC contractor to deliver unique, value-added solutions to lower the levelized cost of energy (LCOE) for their customers. The RES team has domain expertise in wind, solar, energy storage, and transmission with a strong portfolio of EPC projects.
 Signal Energy, LLC
Signal Energy, LLC is a turn-key EPC/BOP renew- able energy contractor with more than 9,000MW of utility scale project experience. They provide design and construction services for wind, solar, infrastructure, and other power projects. Signal Energy has the ability to provide in-house support of critical work scope including erection services and electrical system design (collection systems, transmission lines, substations, and interconnec- tion facilities). Signal Energy, LLC is the renew- able arm of the EMJ Corporation.
Walbridge provides full EPC Services for Wind Farms and self-performs foundation and turbine erection services.
     Wanzek Construction
Wanzek Construction is a new construc- tion general contractor, renewable service provider featuring a fleet of cranes to
meet their customers’ needs. With a portfolio of nearly 10GW of wind energy projects, Wanzek’s wind team has installed a variety of turbine types and sizes. Wanzek’s Renewable Services Division is an Independent Service Provider (ISP). They specialize in comprehensive wind power maintenance services using a regional deployment strategy, helping their custom- ers maximize their investment in renewable power generation. They are GWO trained and NCCCO certified to perform the work in accordance with client specifications and industry safety protocols. They also provide Their own safety-inspected, calibrated, and certified tooling for each job.
Consulting Services
Center for Sustainable Energy
Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE) is a mission- driven, national nonprofit providing energy advisory services and program management to governments, regulators, utilities, and businesses that lead to sustainable, equitable and resilient transportation, buildings, and communities.
CSE’s solutions lower energy use and costs
while increasing consumer accessibility to
clean technology. CSE has substantial expertise in transportation, energy efficiency, building performance, R&A, emerging technologies, policy support, workforce development and marketing, education, and outreach. Headquartered in San Diego, CSE works nationwide with offices in Oakland, Los Angeles, and Boston.
     CWL Energy Management, Ltd.
CWL Energy Management is a project
and asset management firm specializing
in Renewable and Sustainable Energy development across Canada. Through their fee-for-service consulting business unit, they support clients in the development of projects, with a focus on project manage- ment, land management, environmental services, regulatory and permitting, techni- cal analysis, and design. CWL Energy's Special Projects business unit deploys their own capital on their projects through unique community, technology, and indigenous project partnerships. In total, they have over 1.5GW of project experience both as asset owners and service providers.
DNV GL’s energy experts support customers around the globe in delivering a safe, relia- ble, efficient, and sustainable energy supply. They deliver testing, certification, and advisory services to the energy value chain including renewables and energy efficiency. Their expertise spans onshore and offshore wind power, solar, conventional genera- tion, transmission and distribution, smart grids, and sustainable energy use, as well as energy markets and regulations. DNV GL is recognized by developers, utilities and financing institutions for their integrity and technical rigor. With DNV GL on the team, the design, permitting, engineering, and due diligence processes run smoothly.
  Lloyd’s Register
Lloyd’s Register started out in 1760 as a marine classification society. Today, they are a provider of professional services for engineering and technology, improving safety and increasing
the performance of critical infrastructures for clients in over 75 countries worldwide. They have decades of experience across the global renew- able energy sector. They solve complex problems for offshore wind investors, developers, and operators of fixed and floating wind farms. With their broad range of expertise, they can reduce technical, operational, and commercial risks while enhancing asset performance.
Westlake Consultants, Inc.
WCI has provided civil engineering and surveying consulting for over 2 dozen wind and energy developments throughout the
U.S. Services include feasibility review, land surveying, land use planning approval, permit- ting assistance, roadway and grading design, and construction phase services.
Westwood Professional Services
Westwood is a multi-disciplined engineering
and surveying firm with experience gained from supporting more than 35 GW of wind projects across the U.S. since 1997. Their services include site evaluation, permitting, civil engineering, electrical engineering, geotechnical engineering, land surveying, aerial mapping/LiDAR, water resources, GIS, and construction support. They have offices across the nation and are licensed in engineering and surveying in nearly every state.
Rosendin Electric
Rosendin Electric recognizes that renewable energy, including wind power, is an integral part of the future of power generation. Rosendin installs underground and overhead 35-kV collec- tion systems, fiber optic SCADA systems, turbine and tower wiring, as well as substations and overhead transmission lines to connect generat- ing plants to utility grids. Their experience portfo- lio ranges in size and location, having completed single projects that range from 1MW (Distributed Generation) to 900MW (Utility Scale) and over $100M with a geographic reach not limited to the continental United States.

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