Designing our nation's Power Infrastructure
Effectively transmitting electrical energy requires innovation and efficiency. The infrastructure, systems, and solutions needed to energize our communities and nation must be reliable and secure. We understand the intricacies of the power grid, energy industry, and most importantly, we will work with you to understand your specific requirements.
We know power is generated in lots of ways. We can also provide renewable energy solutions to interconnect sustainable generation resources to the electric infrastructure. We’ll work with you to develop comprehensive, powerful solutions.
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We support and provide engineering solutions to our utilities, power providers, and contractors to assure our nation’s energy reliability and security.
With an ever-changing energy environment, renewable energy has become a key component in our nation’s energy portfolio. Our experience in renewable energy design includes:
- Small-Scale Renewables
- Energy Storage
In order to meet your project needs, we offer comprehensive studies and knowledge of current compliance and security measures.
- Power System Studies
- Electrical Studies
- Automation, Data Acquisition, and Controls
- Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Order No.1000
- North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) Compliance
- Overhead / Underground Transmission
- T-Line Routing
- Collection / Distribution
- Protective Relaying
- Facility Siting
Additional services you may need for your project:
Lethbridge to Great Falls Transmission Line
KLJ worked with the Montana Alberta Tie Ltd (MATL) to provide survey and construction management services. MATL a Calgary-based energy transmission company, constructed the Montana Alberta Tie Line, a 214-mile, 230kV transmission line that begins in the Lethbridge, Alberta area and interconnects with Northwestern Corporation’s transmission system near Great Falls, MT. It is the first power transmission line between Alberta and Montana.
Williston Basin Oil and Gas Electrical Load Growth Forecast
The North Dakota Transmission Authority, in conjunction with Montana-Dakota Utilities and Basin Electric, commissioned KLJ to facilitate a study to assist in determining future electrical demand resulting from the infrastructure build-out over a 20-year period.
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