Press Release | 10.27.22
HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Consolidated Asset Management Services (CAMS), a fully-integrated service provider for owners of energy infrastructure assets, has earned four Combined Cycle Journal (CCJ) 2022 Best Practices Awards. St. Charles Energy Center, under CAMS management, was honored as one of the top six in the Best of the Best category.
In addition to St. Charles Energy Center, Griffith Energy, Kings Mountain Energy Center, and Rolling Hills Generating were recognized for their contribution to improving facilities’ safety standards and operational practices.
“The awards characterize CAMS’ commitment to reliability and sustainability,” said CEO and Founder Joseph W. Sutton. “They demonstrate the tradition of excellence and professionalism from our plant personnel to our clients.”
CCJ’s annual Best Practices Awards, launched in 2004, recognize best practices and contributions made by plants and personnel to improve the safety and performance of generating facilities powered by gas turbines, according to CCJ General Manager Scott Schwieger. Among 35 applicants in the 2022 program, only six were nominated as Best of the Best. Since 2013, CAMS has won a total of 79 CCJ Best Practice Awards.
St. Charles Energy Center is a 745 megawatt (MW) combined-cycled power plant operating since 2017 in Maryland. Managed by CAMS, the plant was nominated for improving safety and reliability with active wireless high-energy piping monitoring.
Griffith Energy is a 653.8 MW gas-fired power plant commissioned in 2002 in Arizona. Operated by CAMS, the plant was nominated for its control-valve trim retrofit project that yields significant savings.
Kings Mountain Energy Center is a 475 MW natural gas-fired power plant located in Kings Mountain, North Carolina. Managed by CAMS, the plant was nominated for outstanding remote user cybersecurity and steam turbine electro-hydraulic control fluid conditioning system.
Rolling Hills is an 850MW natural gas-fired generating facility located in Ohio. Operated by CAMS, the plant was nominated for termination cabinet humidity monitoring.
CAMS is a privately held company providing Operations and Maintenance (O&M), Asset Management, Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG), and Optimization services for energy and infrastructure assets. We add value through superior management and operation of our clients’ assets located throughout the U.S. and internationally. To this end, we empower our employees to pursue creative and sustainable business practices in the field and at our corporate office that contribute to operational excellence, financial performance, a safe workplace, and a better community and environment. For more information, visit www.camstex.com.