Transmission engineering services refer to a range of specialised services provided by engineering firms or consultants to support the planning, design, construction, and maintenance of electrical transmission systems.
These services are essential for ensuring the efficient and reliable delivery of electricity from power generation sources to distribution networks and end-users. Arche’s focus is on efficient and reliable energy distribution as well as the strategic development of renewable energy generation.
Our thorough review process encompasses resource quality, grid connection risks, approvals risk, construction and operation risks along with technical review of project design. We balance risk with practical solutions and mitigation advice.
Transmission related services can include:
power system planning
transmission line design
grid stability and control
environmental impact assessment
transmission line inspection and maintenance
grid integration of renewables
energy storage integration
These services are critical for maintaining a robust and reliable electrical transmission system that enables efficient transmission of electricity over long distances, and meeting energy demands.
Why choose Arche Energy
Arche Energy is highly experienced in REZ projects and has worked on major transmission and REZ projects with transmission infrastructure worth up to $7 billion.
Some of our transmission and REZ services include:
Developing project agreements for risk allocation and commercial outcomes
Calculating the REZ generation
Managing request for information (RFI) responses
Assistance to legal teams
Projects we deliver
Support to Central West Orana (CWO) and New England REZ projects
Technical feasibility study for a proposed high efficiency, low emissions (HELE) power project with CCS in Central Queensland
Ongoing strategic and technical support to project development including supporting application for development approval, environmental authority application, and managing the network connection and transmission line development
Scoping, concept, prefeasibility, and feasibility studies, and Front End Engineering Design (FEED)