SCS Energy Awarded Two Design/Construct/Operate Green Power Projects Valued at $14.5 Million

Date: March 23, 2006

Source: Press Release

Long Beach - SCS Energy, a division of SCS Engineers, has been awarded contracts to design, construct, and operate two 3.2 MW landfill gas-fired power plants. The projects are located in Medford, Oregon, and Atlanta, Georgia. Each contract calls for SCS to design and construct the projects on a fast-track basis, in order to meet deadlines embodied in the clients' power purchase agreements. The contracts also call for SCS Energy to provide five years of operation and maintenance services at a guaranteed price.

As of March 2006, SCS Energy had installed nine landfill gas-fired projects and three digester gas-fired projects on a design/construct basis. SCS Energy has also designed six landfill gas-fired power plants that were built by independent constructors. As of March 2006, SCS Energy was operating nine biogas-fired power plants with an aggregated generation capacity of over 15 MW.

About SCS Energy
SCS Energy provides consulting, engineering, construction and operations/maintenance services for renewable energy and cogeneration projects. SCS Energy employs reciprocating engines, microturbines, and fuel cells on its projects. SCS Energy designed the largest natural gas fueled fuel cell power plant in California, and designed/installed the world's first commercial landfill gas-fired microturbine power plant.

About SCS Engineers
Since 1970, SCS Engineers has delivered economically and environmentally sound solutions for solid waste management and site remediation projects throughout the world. The award-winning firm provides engineering, construction, and long-term operations and maintenance to private and public sector clients through a network of 40 offices in 17 states. For more information about SCS Engineers including SCS Energy, please visit our website at or contact

Contact: John Picone
Corporate Communications Manager
(562) 426-9544

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