History

Electric Power Engineers, LLC. (EPE) entered the renewables industry early and has seen significant growth in its power engineering consulting services. EPE has established a unique and well-respected position in the power industry as a leading expert in power grid and energy integration. EPE’s experience in generation interconnection and electric grid studies extends across the United States and internationally. EPE has built a reputation of excellence and forward-thinking solutions with strong relationships with more than 300 clients.

EPE

History & Milestones

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1968

EPE designed its first substation.

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1998

Modeled Texas’ first renewable transmission integration.

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1999

Supported the work of the first wind farm in Texas.

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2005

Assisted when Texas designed Competitive Renewable Energy Zones (CREZ).

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2007

Austin, Texas established as headquarters after Hala N. Ballouz acquired EPE.

Added energy market analysis to services. 

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2010

Grid integration of Austin’s first utility-scale solar farm. 

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2011

Expanded operations with initiative to add consultants in Beirut.

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2013

Assisted in a 4.2 GW plan to replace San Onofre’s power output upon decommissioning.

Integrated one of the first large-scale (36 MW) Lithium-Ion Energy Storage into the archive grid.

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2015

Organizational restructure to grow operations to better serve clients and accelerate integration of renewables in the industry.

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2016

Integrated over 20,000 MW of renewables globally.

Added NERC compliance to services.

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2017

Received TOP100 fastest growing businesses in Texas award.

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2018

Celebrated 50 years and engineered over 30,000 MW.

Added utility planning to services.

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2019

Expanded operations to engineers in Panama.

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2020

Added grid modernization to services.

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2022

Expanded operations to engineers in Canada and added a location in Illinois.

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2023

Expanded electrification and digital transformation services.

Established legal entity in Canada.

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2024

Acquired ENER-i.AI, Inc.

Established legal entity in Panama.

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