Pearce Renewables, a Division of Pearce Services, Acquires Mountain Renewables
September 16, 2021
PASO ROBLES, CA – September 16, 2021 – Pearce Renewables, a leader in engineering, operations, and maintenance for renewable energy infrastructure, today announced the acquisition of Mountain Renewables, LLC, a national provider of technical field services for wind energy and utility-scale solar. The acquisition expands Pearce’s capabilities as a leading independent service provider to the renewable energy industry.
Mountain Renewables has developed an outstanding reputation as a provider of comprehensive solutions for the entire life cycle of renewable energy infrastructure, ranging from installation and commissioning to corrective and planned maintenance, major component exchange, repowering, site operational support, and decommissioning. “The addition of Mountain Renewables adds to Pearce’s deep expertise and provides an outstanding complement to our end-to-end technical services, operations, and maintenance capabilities,” said Zack Dorfman, Pearce Renewables’ Senior Vice President of Wind. “We are extremely impressed with their innovative approach to customer solutions and the high degree of cultural alignment with Pearce. We look forward to working together with the entire Mountain Renewables team.”
Pearce Renewables has assembled best-in-class operations and maintenance companies and leaders serving utility-scale wind, solar, electric vehicle (EV) charging, and battery energy storage system infrastructure. Mountain Renewables is Pearce Renewables’ third acquisition this year, following transactions with Mortenson Energy Services in June 2021 and A & A Wind Pros in March 2021 to expand its wind major component exchange, blade repair, cleaning, and technical services. Pearce entered renewable energy at the beginning of 2020 with acquisitions of World Wind & Solar and MaxGen Energy Services. Soon after, the services team from Suzlon North America joined to bring unique capabilities in engineering, spare parts, and technical wind services. Zack Dorfman, former leader of GE’s North American Wind Services team, joined to lead the Pearce Renewables Wind business. Kyle Williams, a former leader of Tesla’s energy services team, joined to lead the Pearce Renewables EV business. Today, with the addition of Mountain Renewables, Pearce Renewables has over 850 technicians throughout the country and is adding weekly to meet growing demand.
About Pearce Renewables, a Division of Pearce Services
Pearce Services is a leading national provider of operations, maintenance, and engineering services for mission-critical infrastructure. Pearce offers innovative, tech-enabled services for telecom, renewable energy, electric vehicle (EV), and energy storage system infrastructure customers safely around-the-clock. With nationwide coverage, we can deploy our highly trained technicians quickly and efficiently to provide unmatched response times, quality, and consistent service for distributed mission-critical assets. Pearce’s engineering and support teams use sophisticated software, analytics, and detailed safety plans to support our technical experts in the field. Constant innovation and close collaboration with our customers are a hallmark of our service. To learn more about Pearce Services and Pearce Renewables, visit www.pearce-services.com or www.pearce-renewables.com.
About Mountain Renewables
Mountain Renewables is an innovative field services company focused on utility-scale wind and solar power plants across the United States, providing repair and maintenance services including corrective and planned maintenance, as well as troubleshooting, commissioning, site support, and other technical operations. Mountain Renewables utilizes data-driven insights throughout the project lifecycle to deliver optimal outage management. Structured around the core values of safety, quality, integrity, and reliability, Mountain Renewables has a proven track record of increasing production, performance, and profitability for multi-megawatt renewable energy power plants. For additional information, visit www.mountainrenewables.com.