In the last decade, Tetra Tech has supported more than 1,000 power projects, including 600 wind projects and more than 150 utility-scale solar projects.

Tetra Tech provides comprehensive environmental, engineering, and construction solutions to quickly and cost-effectively bring energy projects to market. Our strong working relationships with regulatory agencies allow us to successfully site and permit transmission and distribution projects.  

Tetra Tech assists public and private sector clients with building enabling environments for public-private partnerships (PPPs) and offers capacity building and transaction-specific support throughout the project life cycle. In the context of the policy, legal, and regulatory environment, we provide feasibility assessments and help organizations prepare to launch viable, bankable, and competitive PPP projects.

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MAVERICK Submarine Cable Portfolio Management Solution

Expanding submarine cable data management services with new software technology

Emergency Power Replacement

Emergency Power Replacement at Nuclear Generating Station

Providing conceptual, preliminary, and detailed design for the replacement of the standby emergency power generators in Pickering, Ontario

Tetra Tech supported the disposition of more than 400,000 cubic feet of unneeded legacy classified items from the Y-12.

Nuclear Materials Management Support

Providing technical expertise and historical knowledge to support nuclear materials management at the Department of Energy’s Y 12 Complex

Deepwater Wind Block Island

Deepwater Wind Block Island Wind Farm and Sea2Shore Cable: The Renewable Link

Providing siting, permitting, environmental evaluation, and construction compliance support for the first U.S. offshore wind farm off of Rhode Island

Early construction on  Vogtle Electric Generating Plant Units 3 and 4

Vogtle Nuclear Plant Expansion Permitting and Licensing

Providing key technical and environmental support to pave the way for the first new U.S. nuclear power operating license in more than 30 years