capturing the power
of wind

The shifting winds of power

Like the sun, wind is an entirely renewable and unending source of power. As one of the fastest growing sources of power generation across the globe, onshore wind farms represent one of the most cost-efficient renewable energy sources and provide local markets an immediate source of distributed power. Wind is truly the closest to a zero-carbon form of power and a significant solution for reducing carbon emissions.

Cinterra is a reliable partner for end-to-end wind farm construction and is adept in various smart, modular wind platforms, dependent on the geographic environment. We build onshore wind power plants to optimize cost, capacity, and ongoing performance. Our teams provide installation of foundations, roads, and large-megawatt turbines in addition to energy distribution, substation and storage facilities.

According to the Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy, wind turbines operating in all 50 states generated more than 10% of the net total of the country’s energy in 2022. That same year, investments in new wind projects added $20 billion to the U.S. economy. Approximately 4.24 trillion kWh of electricity were generated at utility-scale electricity generation facilities in the United States. Installing wind energy power plants remains a critical part of Cinterra’s capability as a turn-key renewable energy contractor.

Comprehensive wind farm build services

Building wind farms requires a range of specialized skills and capabilities that Cinterra brings to the table. We coordinate all phases of the build-out from up-front assistance for value-engineering design plans to providing complete interconnect services and ongoing maintenance. We introduce quality controls at all critical points in a project, mitigating safety risk, and optimizing power generation efficiency.Site preparation, foundation, and installation.

  • Piling solutions for turbine bases
  • Turbine installation and mechanical completion
  • Electrical collection systems
  • Distribution and substation construction
  • Testing and commissioning
  • O&M building construction
  • Construction management
  • Permitting procurement assistance
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