A fairly robust economy, a significant pipeline of energy projects and promising prospects for future contracts portend a prosperous future for the energy construction industry, but a significant challenge looms in the near future: our skilled workforce is aging, and the labor pipeline is not being sufficiently replenished by younger…
ENR Magazine’s 2017 ratings ranked Gemma is #12 on the Top Power Contractor list and #5 on the Top Fossil Power Contractor list. Click here to read the full article
Gemma is ranked #15 on the top power contractors list and #182 overall. Click here to read the full article.
ETEC’s Woodville Renewable Power Plant, completed last fall by Gemma Power Systems, is featured in an article in the January/February issue of Renewable Energy World Magazine. Dan Martin, Gemma President, is quoted in the article.
Shale rules! That’s the lesson of the latest edition of Fortune Magazine’s annual list of public companies with the most stellar three-year profit, revenue, and stock growth.
In the not too distant past, power plants fueled by natural gas were considered a back-up, a source of electricity at peak times to support coal- and nuclear-generated supplies. Those times are quickly passing.
Panda Power’s Liberty and Patriot projects being constructed by Gemma-Lane, a joint venture of Gemma Power Systems and Lane Construction are ranked second and third in the region. Read more from the 4/14/2014 issue of ENR: Engineering News Record.
Power Engineering recently featured a news article featuring the Colusa Generation Station, a Gemma Power Systems project. Here’s what they had to say: