ECC Technologies was hired for a $2 million design build project for new 17-mile private dark fiber optic infrastructure connecting UB’s North Campus to South Campus to its downtown hospitals and medical facilities.
About Electric Cooperative Projects
Since 2017, ECC has provided Electric Cooperatives a variety of services related to internal network development and design, financial analysis, and full construction services (See Piedmont Electric Membership Cooperative as an example).
Not-For-Profit Rural Electric Cooperative Clients
Detailed financial modeling and operational business planning
Multiple network design and development projects
Demand Assessment programs to gauge residential and commercial project potential and viability
Electric cooperatives such as Cowetta – Fayette, Flint Energies, Lumbee River EMC, EnergyUnited and more have relied on ECC to evaluate key issues facing their cooperatives. Operational and financial issues include Internal network requirements, support for advanced metering and downstream devices, expansion into broadband, advanced SCADA interfaces and more.
Our team spent significant time with board members, cooperative management, front line crews and member owners to better understand issues and concerns. ECC developed real-world pragmatic solutions for Cooperatives based on their unique requirements.
- Design, development and deployment of internal fiber based network
- Integration of fixed wireless infrastructure to complement fiber backbone for last mile solutions
- Development of FTTH strategies for cooperatives
- Demand analysis for broadband and smart grid devices within service territories
- Developing winning strategies for Federal and state grants
Our work helped each of our clients make informed business decisions taking into account financial and operational constraints identified by ECC. Our focus on risk mitigation and project optimization ensured each client has information which is actionable, relevant and credible to support strategic and capital decision making.