RES Americas is one of the top renewable energy companies in North America. The RES Group of companies has constructed over 160 renewable energy projects with a total capacity of more than 9,000 megawatts (MW) around the world.
RES Americas has been active in North America since 1997, and has a renewable energy and storage construction portfolio that exceeds 7,500 MW and over 80 projects, as well as 600 miles of overhead and transmission lines. In addition, RES Americas has a robust development pipeline of wind and solar projects across North America, and the company currently operates more than 250 MW of renewable energy and storage projects.
We developed and constructed our first project, the 60 MW Cameron Ridge wind farm in Tehachapi, California in 1999. In 2001, we co-developed and constructed the 278 MW King Mountain Wind Ranch in Texas, the largest wind project in the world at the time. In 2006, RES Americas financed and completed construction of our first ownership asset in the U.S., the 60 MW Whirlwind Energy Center in Texas. In 2008, we completed our second owned project in Texas, the 166 MW Hackberry Wind Farm. Click on the "Play" icon below to watch a short video about RES Americas.
IN-HOUSE KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERTISE
What distinguishes RES Americas is our dedicated staff of professionals. Their combined knowledge and expertise is unsurpassed in the industry, and enables us to offer our clients a full suite of development and construction services. This ensures that projects are engineered for maximum efficiency and that they transition smoothly from one phase to the next.
RES Americas' Technical & Commercial Analysis team is at the forefront of industry research and development. Visit the Documents page in the Resources section of our website to read about our contributions to the science and technology behind renewable energy.