POWER Testing and Energization

POWER Testing and Energization provides testing and commissioning services, as well as maintenance programs, for your power delivery and generation equipment.

Our extensive experience with electrical power systems design and construction can ensure your needs are met today and into the future.  Our commitment to safety and human performance improvement methods reduce your long-term costs and improve system reliability. Our interaction with POWER’s design and field service capabilities make us a versatile and broad supplier.

No matter your energization needs, maintaining efficient, long-term operations of your power delivery equipment is essential to success. POWER’s vast knowledge of electrical power systems design and construction enables us to develop testing and maintenance programs to suit your needs today and into the future. We mobilize teams to all parts of the U.S., commissioning power delivery systems from 480 V to 765 kV and generation projects up to 1650 MW.


Our Capabilities

Acceptance Testing

Our test personnel inspect and provide acceptance testing on each piece of equipment to verify it meets specification to energize, will operate as designed, and performs as an integral part of the system. We also verify the overall installation of the system conforms to the drawings.


Once our team determines that individual pieces of equipment are operating properly, our testing engineers energize the entire system to verify it is operating as intended and meeting requirements. Our clients receive full documentation of the system’s performance and integrity. We can mobilize teams to all parts of the world, servicing power delivery systems from 480V to 765 kV and generation systems up to 1650 MW.

Preventive and Predictive Maintenance

We also provide consultation for development of electrical system maintenance programs that help prevent unplanned outages and maximize service life. Comprehensive maintenance records are included to help identify recurring problems. We have the manpower and equipment to provide maintenance services to large facilities in the U.S. as well as specific industries worldwide.

Testing and Commissioning Services

  • Acceptance testing
  • Protection and controls testing
  • Protective relaying systems
  • Commissioning
  • Energization
  • Preventive and predictive maintenance testing
  • Field engineering
  • Electrical system upgrades
  • NERC compliance testing
  • Troubleshooting of electrical equipment or systems
  • IEC 61850 migration

Health & Safety Mission Statement

POWER Testing and Energization (POWER) is committed to providing a safe and healthful work environment for all employees. As a continuing objective, we strive to promote a proactive safety program and culture that meets and/or exceeds regulatory standards, industry best practices and the expectations of our clients.

POWER’s Safety Management Program goals include:

  • Compliance with all applicable regulations and industry best-practice standards
  • Elimination of workplace accidents, injuries and illnesses
  • Elimination of property damage resulting from workplace accident occurrences
  • Promotion of a safety culture that encourages individual responsibility and accountability from every employee
  • Availability of appropriate safety equipment and training resources for office as well as field employees

POWER will achieve its health and safety goals by preparing employees through training, procedures and resources while concurrently holding each employee responsible and accountable for understanding and demonstrating safe work practices. Our commitment to a proactive safety culture includes empowering employees to participate in our health and safety program by encouraging the reporting of accidents, near-miss incidents, perceived non-compliance issues and ideas that will further our health and safety goals.

Essential to our long-term commitment to a safe and healthful work environment is the participation, adherence and teamwork of all employees. Because we consider safety of vital interest to our employees, business and clients, POWER requires all employees to review, acknowledge and abide by this mission statement and POWER’s Corporate Safety Manual.

The health and safety of our employees, the projects we undertake and the communities in which we live, are paramount in all that we do.


We work cooperatively with regulatory agencies, and with clients, to maintain a safe and compliant work environment.


PTE holds memberships in the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), National Safety Council (NSC), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE).

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