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Red Lion Energy Center

Awarded Engineering News Report's Best Project Award, 2014

Designed to be the world's highest-output fuel cell power generating facility, the 27-MW Red Lion Energy Center was engineered, procured and built in nine months.

Despite Bloom's distant headquarters, the team was able to maintain close coordination. Integrated review meetings between the owner, designers and contractors during the design phase led to continually evolving designs that were fully vetted by the client's engineering and manufacturing groups. The team was able to integrate alternatives early in the process, reducing the time and cost of design rework.

  • Added 27-MW new fuel cell generating plant with 34.5kV collector circuits, step up substation and 69kV transmission line

  • Added new 69kV tie line at existing substation

  • Short circuit calculations

  • Load flow and system losses calculations

  • Arc flash calculations

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