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Wind Power & Renewable Project Summaries

Interconnect Facility Study 100 MW Wind Generation, Wisconsin

100 MW Wind Generation

This project consisted of General Interconnection Facility Study submitted to Midwest Independent System Operator (MISO) by the Client.

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Kelso Gap Switch Station & Criterion Wind Farm Substation & Wind Park Collector System Design

Oakland, Maryland

The Criterion Wind Farm is approximately 65 MW of generation and to meet the interconnect requirements of the Client, a switching station, Kelso Gap, was designed with a ring bus configuration to split the existing 138kV transmission line between substations.

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Top Crop III, Livingston County, Illinois

New 34.5 kV Collector System

Realtime provided engineering for the construction of a 34.5kV Collector System for a 200 MW wind park, consisting of (111) 1.8 MW Vestas wind turbines. The project is located in Livingston County, IL.

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Cedar Creek II, Weld County, Colorado

New 34.5kV Collector System

Realtime provided engineering for the construction of a new 34.5kV Collector System for a 250.8 MW wind park. The wind park consisted of (60) 2.5 MW Nordex wind turbines and (63) 1.6 MW GE wind turbines located in Weld County, Colorado.

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Shirley Wind Farm, Green Bay, Wisconsin

Shirley Wind Farm Utility Interconnect & Collector System Design

This project entailed all aspects of a wind park interconnection to an LDC including, but not limited to the following: submitting utility interconnect application, designing and developing electrical and physical substation drawings, SCADA design, material specifications, and system studies.

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Criterion Wind Park, Garrett County, Maryland

New 34.5kV Collector System

Realtime provided engineering for the construction of a new 34.5kV Collector System and the associated 34.5/138kV substation. The project provided an interconnection point for the installation and operation of a 70 MW wind park. The wind park consists of (28) 2.5 MW wind turbines in Garrett County, Maryland.

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Wells Prairie, Indiana

34.5kV Collector System

Realtime provided the initial studies for the layout options of a 34.5kV collector system for an Indiana 298.8 MW wind park, consisting of (166) 1.8 MW Vestas wind turbines. The initial studies include annual loss, load flow, and short circuit studies.

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Blue Canyon, Caddo County, Oklahoma

34.5kV Collector System

Realtime provided the engineering for the construction of a 34.5kV collector system for a 99MW wind park, consisting of (55) 1.8 MW Vestas wind turbines. The project is located in Caddo County, Oklahoma.

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Sublette Wind Park – GSG Wind Park Phase I, Illinois (Lee and LaSalle Counties)

New 34.5kV Greenfield Collector Substation and Switchyard

Realtime engineered (2) new 34.5kV Collection Systems and the associated Sublette Switchyard, providing an interconnection point for the installation and operation of an 80MW wind park.

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Dry Lake Wind Park, Navajo County, Arizona

New 34.5kV Collector System

Realtime provided engineering for the construction of a new 34.5kV Collector System for the installation and operation of a 63 MW wind park. The wind park consisted of (30) Suzlon S88 2.1 MW wind turbines, located in Navajo County, Arizona.

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Dry Lake II Wind Park, Navajo County, Arizona

New 34.5kV Collector System

Realtime provided engineering services for the construction of a 34.5kV Collector System for a 65.1 MW park, consisting of (31) 2.1 MW Suzlon wind turbines.

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230kV – Maple Ridge Wind Park, Lewis County, NY

Collector & Switching Station Design

Maple Ridge Wind Park, sitting atop the Tug Hill plateau in Lewis County, New York, was commissioned near the end of 2005 with an ultimate output of 320 MW.

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Various Wind Project Collection Systems

Throughout the United States

Each of the following projects included layout design and cables sizing. Layout design considers the ease of the construction, availability of property for routing, underground obstructions, and turbine location. Cable sizes are determined based on routing, anticipated load, fault current potential, and soil characteristics.

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