WTEC provides electrical components directly to turbine manufacturers and to wind farms in all phases of development. From the top of the tower to the utility interconnect; our product-packaged approach streamlines purchasing and material management while offering both cost and administrative savings. Learn More »WTEC Wind Products & Services
WTEC provides integral components directly for all phases of solar farm development, including solar-array structural elements, inverters, transformers, underground collection systems, substation components, and products for transmission to the grid. Our approach allows us to offer savings to our customers, while simplifying the material management and purchasing. Learn More »WTEC Solar Products & Services
U.S. renewable services leaders Wind Turbine & Energy Cables Corp ('WTEC") and its engineering affiliate, RERC, will venture on a project to engineer and design a five-megawatt solar power plant for IAMGOLD’S Rosebel Gold Mine in Suriname, South America. The solar power plant will help to reduce electricity cost to the Rosebel Gold Mine, free up some of the country’s electricity capacity for other users, and comply with Suriname’s environmental commitment to the United Nations Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (“REDD”) plus mechanism.
WTEC’s close collaboration with the Government of Suriname and experience in the energy and renewables sectors are a winning combination in reducing electricity costs in IAMGOLD’s Suriname operations. Electricity is currently one of Rosebel Gold Mines’ top costs.
West Palm Beach, FL, January 28, 2014 - Upower, Inc. (“UPI”, the “Company” or “we”), which plans to be an independent power provider (“IPP”), announced today that two of its subsidiaries, Produccion de Energia Solar y Demas Renovables, S.A., ("PRODERSSA") and Pacific Solar Energy, Inc., (“PSE”), have each executed a 20-year power purchase agreement (“PPA”) with Empresa Nacional de Energia Electrica (“ENEE”), the national energy company of Honduras, to build, and operate on a long term basis, a two solar photovoltaic projects totaling 100 megawatts of power production.
According to Forbes, solar is “a success, most importantly at creating jobs”.
The Solar Foundation has just released its annual Jobs Census which shows that the solar industry, the fastest growing sector in the U.S. economy which grew 13% in 2012, has added 13,800 jobs so far this year from a base of about 105,000 employees.
These are mostly jobs downstream in the value chain – like installers and the companies providing the logistics and equipment for installers to do their job. There are also thousands being employed in the new financing business around the solar economy and the software and information technology services required to patch it into our aging power grid.
WTEC team will be exhibiting at WINDPOWER in Las Vegas (May 5-8, 2014), Intersolar North America in San Francisco (July 9-11, 2014) and Solar Power International in Las Vegas (October 20-23, 2014)!
Feel free to stop by our booth and learn more about our products and services!
To set up the meeting please contact our Marketing Coordinator, Steve Kim at 201-242-9906. Or feel free to stop by anytime!