May 24, 2012
-- Thielsch Engineering, Inc. announced today that it was commissioned in April to support the production initiatives of Capital Power and its newly retained stations located in New England. The projects offered Capital Power detailed metallurgical evaluation(s)
and remaining useful life assessment(s)
of the high energy piping components at Rumford Station, Maine, Tiverton Station, RI, and Bridgeport Energy Station, CT.
The completed projects were part of the spring outage season which is routine and critical to the power plants’ ability to prevent unscheduled outages, control costs, and operate at maximum capacity. The three plants produce a combined 1050 megawatts of power generation to the New England area. Capital Power is a growth-oriented North American power producer headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta. The company develops, acquires, operates and optimizes power generation from a variety of energy sources. Thielsch Engineering, Inc. is proud to support the efforts of Capital Power and assist the company as it continues to expand throughout the U.S. For more information about Capital Power please visit www.capitalpower.com.
Thielsch Engineering, Inc. is a professional engineering firm that provides a complete range of consulting, design, and energy services to customers throughout the United States and internationally. Its multi-disciplined engineering and technical staff specializes in failure analysis, engineering design, process optimization, and condition assessment. They are experts in implementing solutions for any type of engineering challenge. You may visit Thielsch Engineering, Inc. on the web at www.thielsch.com and www.thielschfes.com.
For more information about this project or to discuss your specialized project needs, please contact Peter Kennefick-VP Field Engineering Services at 401-467-6454 or by email at email@example.com.