Edison Mission Midwest, Inc.
Edison Mission Midwest, Inc. is a subsidiary of Edison Mission Group (EMG). EMG manages the competitive power generation business of Edison International (NYSE–EIX), an electric power generator and distributor, and an investor in infrastructure and renewable energy projects with assets totaling more than $36 billion.
EMG has two primary operating units. Edison Mission Energy owns, operates or leases approximately 9,600 megawatts of generating capacity at 38 electric power projects either in operation or under construction in 12 states across the United States. Edison Mission Marketing and Trading, located in Boston, is an energy power marketing and trading organization.
Edison Mission Group is a leader in renewable energy, and is committed to developing new, environmentally sensitive energy projects to meet the growing demand for electricity throughout the U.S. Through its subsidiaries, EMG has been engaged in wind energy development and generation since 1998, and currently owns 18 wind energy projects that are in operation or under construction (see table below). Edison Mission is ranked among the leading developers, owners and operators of wind energy projects in the U.S., and is rapidly growing its portfolio of wind projects.
RMT, Inc., Consulting Engineers
Nearly 30 years ago, RMT was founded to create environmental solutions for industry. With a staff of over 500 professionals, RMT is organized around highly specialized client teams that develop an in-depth understanding of business objectives—and then deliver unparalleled service and results. From regulatory insight, environmental planning, and risk management to technological innovation, turnkey construction management, deal structuring, and strategic input, RMT is a full service consulting engineering firm.
ARCADIS U.S., Inc.
Arcadis U.S., Inc. is the U.S.-based operations arm of ARCADIS NV (Arnhem, The Netherlands), a 10,000-person multi-national company. ARCADIS executes more than 10,000 environmental and infrastructure projects annually from more than 200 locations in 100 countries and offers clients access to the resources and problem-solving capabilities of a truly global organization.
With more than 300 in-house environmental specialists focused on environmental planning, impact assessment, and permitting Arcadis can provide all of the experience and capabilities needed to successfully complete permitting services for power plant related projects.
ARCADIS conducts environmental impact assessments to evaluate many different types of projects and programs. Their approach focuses on finding ways to minimize the environmental effects associated with a proposed project while providing needed public disclosure and opportunities for involvement.
AWS Truepower, LLC
AWS Truepower has been an international leader and innovator in renewable energy technology applications, advanced atmospheric modeling and measurement, and engineering services for over 20 years. AWS Truepower's professional staff of meteorologists, engineers, and environmental specialists is field-oriented and fully conversant with large commercial projects, utility electrical systems, remote field measurements, and distributed applications. AWS has the experience and scientific expertise to design and evaluate a range of energy system configurations, plus the ability to integrate appropriate computer simulations. AWS Truepower prides itself on a well-earned reputation for personal service, quality, and responsiveness.
AWS Truepower actively supports wind project development both on land and offshore. AWS’s project services include wind resource modeling, site identification, permitting, wind resource assessment, wind turbine layouts, energy production forecasts, transmission screening analysis, interconnection engineering, photo simulations, noise analysis, economic and financial analysis, scheduling and forecasting, and performance monitoring.
Curry & Kerlinger, LLC, Avian Experts
Through their pioneering work at wind power sites across the country and internationally, Dick Curry and Paul Kerlinger’s risk assessment techniques have set the standard—tackling many of wind power’s difficult avian issues. With environmental roots going back more than 25 years, Curry & Kerlinger designs innovative and proactive solutions to avian issues in the wind power siting, permitting and operating process.