Anybody remotely connected with utility solar and wind-scale project development knows how critical the owner’s representative role can be. Wind and solar projects have numerous and interconnected complexities that must be tracked through to the point of resolution: Where to locate each turbine or solar array? Do roads need to be built or upgraded? Do transporting those massive towers, blades and nacelles - or relocating a crane – risk damage to a county bridge? Is all the equipment in the right place? There are literally thousands of variables to track, facts to verify, processes to coordinate among multiple players, and things that can go wrong.
TREIA member Aegean Energy Group’s job is to make sure that all those things go right. Aegean’s role is to act as the owner’s representative in the development process, to make sure that what was agreed upon by the developer gets done correctly and on time, right up until the final close and the project delivers its first electron. To do so, they bring significant expertise and a suite of novel and highly productive technology tools to the game.