Team Capabilities

Our Murphy International Team is made up of a unique group of talented individuals who each bring their own special abilities to the project in order to offer a complete package of services and optimize project potential. This team includes people with extensive experience in the wind, hydro and renewable energy development arena, energy sales, installation, construction/erection, operations and maintenance, financing, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, safety, the legal arena and the energy industry. Expertise includes:

Electrical Engineering
  • High voltage power systems
  • Low voltage power systems
  • Substations
  • Wind Power Collection Grids
  • Transformer capacity
  • Power factor optimization
  • U.G. cable systems
  • Overhead distribution
  • Protection & Control
  • Transmission Grid Security Review
  • Lightning protection
  • Troubleshooting & reliability
  • Motor driven gas compressors
Construction Supervision & Start-up Coordination
  • Installation supervision
  • Quality conformance
  • Start - up procedures¬†
  • Project commissioning¬†
  • Final acceptance
Hydro Power Engineering
  • Control system specifications
  • WTG Bid evaluation
  • Scope, schedule and budget tracking
  • Collection grid and grounding
  • Utility interconnection
  • System layout
Generation Strategy Review
  • Coal fired generation
  • Peaker units Wind Power
  • Distributed generation
  • ECAR Strategy
  • ERCOT Strategy
  • SPP Strategy
  • COOP Specialized Solutions
  • Deregulation Strategy
  • New technology options
  • Security review & tactical planning
Distributive Generation Engineering
  • System planning
  • Utility interconnection
  • Developmental Support
  • Low cost power centers
  • Power factor correction
  • Reliability review
  • Failure analysis & Trouble shooting
  • Construction management
Energy Management Services
  • Demand control
  • Power factor Peak shaving
  • Energy storage Power/Gas/Coal
  • Supply review Steam systems
  • Cogeneration
  • Deregulation issues
  • Operating cost savings

 




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