EEC Sponsors NoCo Mini Maker Faire

EEC believes that engineering expertise and passion should be shared and passed on to others. That’s why EEC sponsored this year’s NoCo Mini Maker Faire, held at the Rocky Mountain Center for Innovation and Technology in Loveland on October 10–11.

If you’ve not familiar with the Maker movement, it’s a growing movement that celebrates “innovators, […]

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EEC Hosts Engineering Training Event

In October, we hosted a 3-day training event on Protective Relaying Fundamentals at the Marriott Fort Collins.

The comprehensive course was a great opportunity for 15 engineers and technical staff who already knew a little bit about protective relating to take the next step in understanding high-voltage power systems, equipment and operations. Over the three […]

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EEC Recognized as a Mercury 100 Business

For the sixth year in a row, EEC has been recognized with a ranking on BizWest’s Mercury 100, a list of fast-growing, high-energy companies in Northern Colorado. Companies on the list were sorted by the size of their revenue and then ranked based on their percentage of revenue growth from 2012–2014.

This year we ranked […]

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City of Loveland

EEC is assisting the City of Loveland on a variety of projects including converting the existing distribution overhead line to underground, designing new circuits and providing support for interconnection requests.

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Platte River Power Authority

EEC is providing engineering services to support the plant with their conformance to NERC reliability standards as well as analyzing and updating their protection systems and settings and coordinating with their transmission/substation group.

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Xcel Energy Substation SCADA

Exponential Engineering in partnership with Emerson Reliability Services is in an ongoing relationship to expand Xcel Energy Substation capacity. EEC provides the SCADA configuration upgrades including programming and commissioning of the status and control points.

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Xcel Energy – Sky Ranch Substation SCADA Upgrade

EEC provided configuration and installation support to Xcel Energy for the Sky Ranch SCADA Upgrade using Novatech’s OrionLX RTU. EEC worked with contractors to install the equipment then modified the hardware configuration, the RTU database and the HMI screens to match the new design. EEC then tested the full functionality of the SCADA system, […]

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Highline Electric Association, Inc.—System Impact Studies

Multiple System Impact Studies (SIS) were performed for interconnections to the Highline Electric Association, Inc. 69kV system. Short Circuit, Power Flow and Dynamic analysis was performed using Aspen Oneliner and PSS/E to determine acceptability of the interconnection.

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NRG Energy—Necker Island, BVI—Micro-Grid Project

Designed the electrical system for a renewable energy distributive generation style project on an island in the British Virgin Islands. Existing power was generated by diesel generators and the goal of the project is to reduce generator fuel consumption by 80%. Wind turbine(s), solar arrays and a battery system are part of the design […]

Devon Energy Medium Voltage MCC Upgrade

This project consisted of replacing an existing 4160V motor control center using across-the-line starters with a new Motortronics motor control center using reduced-voltage solid-state (RVSS) starters. The work was coordinated with plant outages and was executed with no additional delays to the outage schedule. Exponential Engineering performed the motor starting studies, created the drawing […]

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