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Pure Power Engineering is excited to announce the addition of Bill Chaney. PPS specializes in value engineered designs, risk mitigating construction services, and cutting edge O&M solutions; all of which will leverage Bill’s extensive solar experience in matching contractors with the services they need to maximize their profit and reduce risk.
Bill Chaney brings seven years of solar experience after leading a mid-sized regional engineering firm as the COO. He started that solar division and grew it to the largest on the East coast. Bill said “It’s amazing how the Pure Power team leverages engineering, construction, and O&M experience to drive down the installed cost for contractors and developers. Pure Power’s value-engineering techniques are way ahead of the curve and give contractors the edge they need in today’s competitive market. The future of solar is centered around reducing installed costs, and no one is doing more to further this cause than Pure Power. I’m excited to be a part of this forward thinking initiative.”
Richard Ivins P.E., the president of Pure Power Engineering, said “We are in the business of helping contractors build solar projects faster and easier. Bill will use his extensive experience to ensure our clients are provided with whatever services they need to maximize their profit.”
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Pure Power Engineering have successfully performed system start up and commissioning of the photovoltaic installation at the County College of Morris. The system is comprised of 3,442.29 kW of photovoltaic modules installed on thirty three carports/canopies and one roof mount. The distribution of the power is established through localized equipment pads in each of the five parking lots back feeding a newly installed transformer network that interconnects with a 15 kV medium voltage gear. Data acquisition is accomplished through three independent DAS networks monitoring twenty inverters and six weather stations. The complicated distribution structure and project size created unique challenges for efficient and safe commissioning of the system.
Through a custom developed commissioning procedure, Pure Power Engineering was able to successfully coordinate four commissioning teams to simultaneously work on the system. This multi-faceted approach to the system commissioning allowed for maximized production over a minimized timeframe. During commissioning, Pure Power Engineering used refined safety practices and procedures to minimize risk of worker injury or system failure. The combined efforts of pre-commissioning planning and training allowed for the system to be commissioned in record time. Pure Power Engineering looks to utilize this knowledge base in the future where projects require a quick and efficient system commissioning.
On the evening of February 6th, as part of the PV America East Trade Show and Conference, a select group of solar developers, financiers, equipment manufacturers, and installers gathered to hear a presentation on the state of the East Coast SREC Markets by Brad Bowery, CEO of SREC Trade Inc. The event was organized and hosted by Pure Power Engineering, Inc. as part of their core philosophy of adding value for their customers wherever possible. Rick Ivins, President of Pure Power Engineering explains. “Our specialty is designing systems and then project managing their construction in such way that we increase the profitability of our clients’ projects. We wanted to approach the problem from a different angle and help them with their profitability by providing information from the financial side of the equation. Brad did a great job of doing just that.” The presentation focused on the challenging New Jersey SREC market, as well as the current trends in Massachusetts, and Maryland. Attendees of the presentation were very interested in the message. Rick Peters, President of Solar Energy Services Inc. of Millersville MD commented “It was very insightful to hear Brad speak about the regional SREC markets. It was particularly valuable to hear his perspective on MDV-SEIA’s approach in helping to maintain a stable SREC market in Maryland.”
Pure Power has been awarded the engineering contract for a 10.0 MW-AC / 12.5 MW-DC ground mount system in Gloucester County, NJ. The solar farm will consist of over 57,000 crystalline modules installed across 98 acres. The system will interconnect to the Atlantic City Electric system at 12kV.
Pure Power has been awarded the engineering contract for a 11.5 MW-DC ground mount system in Gloucester County, NJ. The solar farm will convert the existing property from vacant land into a Solar Farm that will generate clean power that will feed directly into Atlantic City Electric’s system at 12kV.The solar farm will consist of over 65,000 poly-crystalline modules installed on 75 acres.
Pure Power Engineering has been named the Professional Engineers for a 8 MW Solar farm located in Camden County NJ. The output from the sixteen 500kW PV Powered inverters will be stepped up to 13.2kV and interconnected to the PSE&G electrical grid, and will product enough energy to power 1,200 homes per year.