Success Stories

March 9, 2021
A renewable energy storage solution

Nexus Consults on Black Start of Generating Station

Nexus provided consulting engineering for the black start of a Western US generating station using a 12MWh battery energy storage system.
March 9, 2021
A Battery Energy Storage Systems fueled by solar and wind

Nexus Offers Grid Support with Battery Energy Storage System (BESS)

Nexus provided a Western USA client with technical expertise and services for grid support using an 80MWh battery energy storage system.
October 15, 2020
An airplane takes off from a runway near an electrical substation

Nexus to Perform Power System Upgrades as part of Major Airport Expansion

Nexus has been selected by one of its power generation clients to perform the engineering for a power systems upgrade to the adjacent substation that supplies electricity to a major domestic airport on the east coast.   As a critical component to the expansion program underway at this airport, it has been determined that a resilient and reliable back-up source […]
September 28, 2020
A bright blue arc flash moving across a generator panel

Nexus Selected as Supplier of Choice for Generating Company’s Fleet-wide Arc Flash Assessment

Nexus Engineering Group has been identified as the supplier of choice to perform arc flash and coordination studies for one of America’s premier power generating companies. Nexus has been selected to work with one of America’s premier power generating companies which operates more than 75 generating stations, with nearly 26,000 megawatts of capacity, in 16 states and Canada. Nexus Engineering Group has been identified as their supplier of choice to perform arc flash and coordination studies at its plants in accordance with plant operating standards.
September 27, 2020
A drumming facility against a blue sky

Nexus Assists with CO Boiler Replacement for Major Refinery Client

A major midwestern refinery requests support from Nexus to replace a CO Boiler after experiencing three unplanned shutdowns in the past five years. The unplanned shutdowns have lasted two days to multiple months, causing significant disruption to refinery operations. An inspection revealed that the tubes and drums were found to be past the typical design life of 30 years and would require replacement. Succesful completion of this project will improve operational efficiency at the refinery.