From power plants to commercial/industrial energy systems, Crowder Energy Services delivers the modern energy solutions our clients need – every time. Crowder’s Energy Services has been responsible for energy projects ranging from new construction to renovations and expansions. Some of our past projects include: constructing a new coal handling facility and accompanying unloading dock as well as the engineering and construction of a new wastewater treatment facility.
When it comes to completing your project, our teams of highly specialized industry experts will work together to create and execute an innovative approach that will help reduce your cost of energy and ensure your needs are surpassed at every level. With an in-depth ROI assessment, cost estimations will be accurate and actionable.
Crowder was selected by a landfill gas-to-energy developer, Methane Power, to be the design-build contractor for this new system. Crowder installed a gas conditioning and cleaning skid to interface with an existing collected, flare and compression system. In addition, Crowder installed three 1.1 MW GE Jenbacher 320 units with spark ignition engines. This design-build project created a public/private partnership between the private investor, who provided the funding, and the City of Durham, who owned the landfill. This project provided gas treatment that includes moisture removal, particulate filtration and the interface of a SCADA and monitoring system for the entire facility. Crowder was involved in all aspects of detailed design and permitting and self-performed 90 percent of the work. The project was completed ahead of schedule and within budget.
Crowder successfully completed the 170-acre project at the Simon Solar Farm Photo Voltaic Plant in Social Circle, GA despite challenges such as the discovery of a vein of rock covering approximately 8 acres which resulted in the relocation and redesign of a portion of the work. The project was completed and online before the end of 2013 and is now operating at its full 30 megawatt capacity.