By Daniel Webster, dWeb.News Publisher
ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–PIC Group, a global power and energy service provider with renewable energy experience, has been awarded the support services staffing agreement for multiple renewable energy projects by a leading provider of clean renewable power in the US, with one of the largest renewable asset bases of any company in the world. PIC Group will provide highly qualified project personnel to support the construction and engineering organizations for as many 20 wind generation projects as possible across more than 10 state through 2024..
PIC’s global staffing services and recruitment services guarantee a quick response to match the technical skills with highly qualified personnel. This allows for a faster response and can adapt to meet the needs of each customer’s renewable energy projects. It also eliminates the need for scaling down or up during transitional periods. Frank Avery, President & CEO of PIC Group said that PIC Group is always looking for ways to add value beyond the provision qualified and experienced personnel. “We believe that PIC should use our expertise in forming top performing project teams to ensure that project expectations are exceeded and enable our customers to achieve the goals and objectives across multiple project streams.”
About PICGroup PICGroup, Inc., was founded in PICGroup, Inc., is committed to creating value by providing global energy services for facilities on four continents, including North America, South America and Asia. PIC offers O&M Services (Care, Custody and Control), Commissioning and Startup, Documentation & training, and Staffing services and is available to the power generation, oil and natural gas, petrochemical, and manufacturing industries.
PICGroup, Inc., is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Marubeni Corporation. It is a Fortune Global 500 company. Marubeni is the third largest independent power producer in the world and a major Japanese sogo shosha (international trading firm).
Marubeni Corporation and its consolidated subsidiaries use their broad business networks, both within Japan and overseas, to conduct importing and exporting (including third country trading), as well as domestic business, encompassing a diverse range of business including consumer products, food, agriculture, chemicals, energy and metals and power business machinery and infrastructure.
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