Before joining EC Source in March 2020, I’d worked 20 years as a procurement manager for an investor-owned utility in Louisiana and, after that, a couple of years consulting.
In 2019, Ben Morales was a utility coordinator for a global EPC firm where he oversaw the relocation of all the overhead and underground utilities associated with the construction of an Arizona freeway.
A little over a year ago, National Grid and AVANGRID announced they were the first utilities in the United States “to incorporate fully electric backhoe loaders in their fleets.”
American Electric Power is having one of its Texas transmission lines upgraded for a potential capacity expansion.
Through a recently formed joint venture named ECSL, Houston-based EC Source and Chicago-headquartered Sargent & Lundy completed construction upgrades on an aging 40.5-mile, 69-kV transmission line south of San Antonio, Texas, in March to help AEP ensure reliability for customers.