Repsol selects RES to provide O&M services for solar project in US

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RES, the world’s largest independent renewable energy company, has been selected by Repsol to provide operations and maintenance (O&M) services at one of the largest solar projects in the United States.

The partnership aims to maximize the performance of Repsol’s 637 MWdc Frye Solar facility in Kress, Texas. RES will perform preventive and corrective maintenance, remote monitoring, reporting and vegetation maintenance.

“By teaming with RES on this O&M agreement, Repsol Renewables North America will ensure the highest levels of safety, reliability and performance at our largest utility-scale solar site to date,” said Terry Oswald, Vice President of Operations and Maintenance at RRNA.

Leveraging the company’s experience across the full lifecycle of solar projects from development, through construction and into long-term operations, RES is uniquely positioned to identify opportunities to enhance the performance of the Frye facility.

“The RES team is immensely grateful for this opportunity to partner with such an exceptional organization,” said Stevan Vale, RES Senior Vice President, Services in the Americas. “By leveraging our deep knowledge and innovative technologies, we aim to unlock the full potential of this landmark project.”

In March, RES completed the acquisition of Ingeteam’s renewable service division, expanding the company’s operations to 24 markets and securing its position as the largest independent renewable energy services provider in the world.

RES holds more than 41GW of O&M and asset management contracts globally. RES recently completed construction on its operations control center in its North American headquarters in Denver, which will serve clients across the Americas market.

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