The Background: RCM Energy Services was selected by American Electric Power (AEP) to provide Engineering, Procurement and Construction services for the AEP Esperanza 138kV Substation Project.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, RCM Technologies assisted a Houston, TX area Industrial Plant that was heavily impacted.
RCM Engineering’ Buffalo, NY office is assisting a North American industrial gas supplier with a multi-phased electrical infrastructure upgrade for an aging facility.
RCM Engineering was contracted to act as Owner’s Technical Representatives to implement a 320 kW Solar Array Power System at their NY Campus.
A leading fuel cell manufacturer, headquartered in Connecticut, signed Power Purchase Agreements with multiple Northeastern United States Waste Water Treatment Plants, Manufacturing Facilities, and Education Systems.
In its role with an American Fortune 100 Energy Company headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, RCM has been continuously involved in a wide variety of nuclear and fossil projects for many of their generating stations.
Committed to providing clean and efficient energy, coupled with the devastating effects of Super Storm Sandy in 2012, a leading utility undertook replacing Units at one of their New Jersey facilities.
RCM provided the required technical support to one of Canada’s largest power generating sites to enable restart of their Nuclear Generating Stations-Units 3 and 4.
For a client in the Midwest, our scope of work included the addition of two (2) new 138kV bus tie circuit breakers to split the 138kV main buses into four busses.
The purpose of this project was to provide engineering and design services to a leading utility client for the upgrading of their 345KV yard, 138KV and 69KV yard at their Substation located in Texas.