1. Atlantic County Utilities Authority Battery Energy Storage System

    As the lead design-build firm that is co-developing battery energy storage system (BESS) projects nationwide, RETTEW implemented this technology at the Atlantic County Utilities Authority (ACUA) Wastewater Treatment Plant. The 1 MW/1 MWhr BESS furthers ACUA’s efforts to implement progressive energy technology at the plant. The BESS supports overall grid operations, reduces greenhouse gas emissions,…

  2. Masonic Village Solar Array

    Masonic Village, Lancaster County’s second-largest retirement community, is committed to solar energy as part of its comprehensive sustainability program. Taking a forward-thinking approach, Masonic Village wanted to build upon their existing infrastructure and see a positive rate of return while meeting their goals to be more energy efficient. Because of our longstanding relationship with Masonic…

  3. Middlesex County Utilities Authority (MCUA) Solar Field Closeout Evaluation

    Approaching the end of an innovative solar field construction project, Middlesex County Utilities Authority (MCUA) needed a closeout evaluation of their solar arrays. The four arrays range in nominal capacity from 249 to 2,306 kilowatts and, when combined, are the second-largest municipal solar generation system in New Jersey at a total of 4.6 MWdc. RETTEW…

  4. Wind Farm Survey

    An energy company leased approximately 10,000 acres from more than 50 separate landowners in three counties to install and operate wind turbines and the transmission lines required to deliver energy to homes across the nation. The company wanted a full-service firm that could effectively and efficiently deliver all aspects of the planned projects on time…

  5. Sayreville Solar Array

    Looking for the most effective way to meet the Bordentown Road Water Treatment Plant’s renewable energy and cost reduction goals, the Borough of Sayreville hired our team to design and build one of the largest floating solar arrays in the United States. The team includes RETTEW, a New York City-based investing firm, an international equipment…

  6. State College Solar Array

    As a Utility of the Future Today award winner, the University Area Joint Authority continues to look for ways to increase the sustainability of their operations while providing high-quality water reclamation and reuse operations in the State College area. Through an innovative public-private partnership, the Authority hired the RETTEW team — including a New York…

  7. University Area Joint Authority Battery Energy Storage System

    The University Area Joint Authority (UAJA) is continually searching for new ways to increase the sustainability of their operations. As such, they decided to install a 2.6-megawatt ground-based solar array that will produce enough energy to offset approximately 25 percent of its overall electric power requirements. Because electrical grids experience times when consumption exceeds production…

  8. Hermitage Food Depackaging Study

    The Hermitage Municipal Authority completed upgrades at their water pollution control plant that expanded wastewater treatment capacity and introduced a two-phase advanced anaerobic digestion (AAD) complex to its current plant operations. This complex optimizes the solids handling train by further promoting biosolids stabilization, biogas recovery, and generating both heat and power. Gas production and power…

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