Greg Patterson’s Arizona Competitive Power Alliance included these companies:
AREVA’s renewable energy offer meets the needs of electricity producers for the development of their energy mix, with sustainable, competitive solutions. The group has a portfolio of four energies: wind energy, bioenergy, solar power and hydrogen power. AREVA offers turnkey solutions to meet both short – and long – term requirements for clients, while meeting energy demand in standard and peak consumption periods.
Calpine Corporation is helping meet the needs of an economy that demands more and cleaner sources of electricity. Founded in 1984, Calpine is a major U.S. power company, capable of delivering nearly 25,000 megawatts of clean, cost-effective, reliable and fuel-efficient electricity to customers and communities in 16 states in the U.S. and Canada.
Constellation Energy’s customer-centric business model is unique in the industry. The company is committed to advancing competition in energy markets. Competition drives innovation, provides choices for customers and helps to keep energy costs as low as possible.
ECS was founded in 2006 to provide heavy equipment leasing services to the energy infrastructure industry. In February of 2009, ECS broadened its service offerings and expanded its market focus to become an industry leading turnkey provider of EHV transmission line engineering and construction. As part of this expansion, the Company formed its construction related professional service providers, AT Power, T&D Power, and Energy Environmental Group
Element Power develops, acquires, builds, and operates utility-scale solar and wind power projects. We create clean, renewable sources of energy to meet the increasing demand for green electricity and to address the pressing challenges of global warming and energy security. Through partnerships with landowners, other developers, utilities, government entities and equipment manufacturers, Element Power develops projects that are both profitable and sustainable.
LS Power provides wholesale power, capacity and ancillary services to utilities, cooperatives, municipalities and other energy companies in 15 states in our key U.S. regions of the Midwest, the Northeast and the West Coast. LS Power was founded in 1990 and is a fully integrated development, investment and asset management group of companies focused on the power industry.
New Harquahala Generating Company
New Harquahala Generating Company is a 1100 MW natural gas combined cycle generating facility that provides electricity to the western wholesale electric market. The facility is located in the Harquahala Valley of western Maricopa County, west of Phoenix, Arizona. New Harquahala Generating Company is a wholly owned subsidiary of MACH Gen LLC which owns and operates 3,600 MW of gas-fired generating facilities throughout the U.S.. Asset management of the facility is provided by Competitive Power Ventures, Inc a greenfield development, asset management and transaction execution company focused on the North American power generation market.
NextEra Energy Resources
NextEra Energy Resources reflects the solid business practices of our parent company, FPL Group, a Fortune 200 company and one of the nation’s largest providers of electricity-related services. We are well positioned for industry trends and future success.
Sempra Energy is based in San Diego and is a Fortune 500 energy services company with 2006 revenues of nearly $12 billion. Sempra Energy serves the largest customer base of any energy utility in the United States.
Shell Energy North America
Shell Energy North America and its subsidiaries offer recognized leadership in natural gas and power marketing. We possess the experience and commitment to deliver a diverse network of energy supply. Our people are accomplished at energy marketing and trading, adept at risk management, and seasoned in asset and supply management. We are proud to be wholly-owned subsidiaries of the Shell Group, a company with a 100-year legacy of energy expertise.
Southwestern Power Group
Southwestern Power Group (SWPG) is an Arizona-based company that develops electric generation and transmission facilities to help meet the growing demand for electricity in the southwestern U.S. Projects include natural gas-fired power stations, high-voltage transmission projects and renewable energy endeavors, including concentrating solar power facilities.
Starwood Energy Group Global, L.L.C. (“Starwood Energy”), an affiliate of Starwood Capital Group Global, L.L.C. (“Starwood Capital”), is a private equity investment firm, based in Greenwich, CT, that specializes in energy infrastructure investments. Founded in 2005, Starwood Energy has committed to transactions representing over $3 billion in enterprise value and has developed a deep pipeline of power and energy investment opportunities.
TransCanada is a leader in the responsible development and reliable operation of North American energy infrastructure. TransCanada is one of the continent’s largest providers of gas storage and related services with approximately 360 billion cubic feet of storage capacity.
Transwestern Pipeline Company
Transwestern operates a 2,500 mile interstate natural gas transmission system delivering gas from the San Juan, Anadarko, and Permian production basins to customers in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, and California. Customers include electric power generators, local distribution companies, producers, marketers, and industrial end-users.