GTTSI brings vast and diverse experience, along with skills and expertise, to the renewable energy domain. Renewable energy, for reasons well-justified, is growing at an extremely quick pace, and there is a need to further fuel this great demand.

GTTSI’s primary areas of expertise in the renewable energy sector include:

  • Maintenance

  • Commissioning, Testing, and Evaluation

  • Engineering

  • Project Management

  • Project Controls

GTTSI provides expertise in integrating wind turbine converters and solar and battery energy storage inverters into new and existing power grids. Liaison with original equipment manufacturers, solar, battery energy storage systems, and wind engineering teams on new technologies is something we specialize in. Further, interfacing with Transmission Services organization on new and existing grid requirements, reviewing and commenting on generator interconnection agreements. We also verify and make recommendations for appropriate generator and transformer technologies, reactive power equipment, circuit breakers, and other major power system components.

Renewable Energy Services
Renewable Energy Services
Project Control
  • Preparation of financial and operating reports
  • Assisting with day to day accounting activities (journal entries, proper consolidation)
  • Confirming SOX compliance
  • Preparation of tax provisions
  • Forecasting
  • Tracking and managing all changes in project scopes and cost baselines ensuring that costs and schedules stay in sync.
  • Creating Base Procedures (including test diagrams)
  • Evaluating, troubleshooting and design upgrade assistance for new cable system designs for field applications
  • Mentoring junior engineers on best practices in the field
  • Planning, executing, and testing of new construction power plant commissioning
  • System turnover walkdowns, execution, verification, and validation checks
  • Assuring quality products meeting performance objectives
  • Manage 3rd party contractor teams to develop engineering designs for solar projects.
  • Initial concept definition to construction to final commissioning
  • Continuous coordination with diverse project stakeholders
  • Applying value engineering to balance reliability, cost, and performance for complex systems
  • Negotiating critical and controversial issues with top level engineers and officers of other organizations and companies.
  • Component/System Integration