Our Expertise


Power generation from conventional sources such as coal, gas, oil and diesel continues to provide a significant share of global electricity production. The renewable contribution is significant and growing.

Our power experts bring experienced in all types of conventional and renewable energy generation technologies.

Our power generation knowledge spans a complete range of skills needed to take a project from concept to operations. This includes feasibility and scoping studies, detailed design, plant specification and tender review, contract negotiations, project management and involvement in plant enhancement studies during the operations phase, as well as operation and maintenance training.

Our sector spread is diverse and we are always ready to discuss emerging challenges whether in new technologies or new ideas:


AMBER has vast experience in water desalination technologies. We provide services for multiple aspects of desalination technology.

Our team has depth knowledge and practical experience of multiple processes, including co-generation or renewables & water desalination, stand-alone reverse osmosis and portable plants.

Our services, including initial master plan, feasibility studies, design and contract, procurement, due diligence, construction supervision and contract administration and commissioning of completed installations.


Ats helps clients to develop and run reliable solar projects making use of successful background of the team. Solar energy can be commercially captured by two key methods to produce electricity or thermal energy:

Solar Photovoltaic (PV) – a technology that directly converts sunlight to electricity using the photoelectric effect of semiconductors

PV multi-cell modules, formed by semiconductor materials that converts global solar irradiation into direct-current electricity; are installed along with electrical inverters (DC to AC), transformers and supporting structures in a modularly providing power ranging from small stand-alone installations to large commercial plants with hundreds of megawatts capacity.

Solar Thermal/Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) – a technology that captures the heat energy from sunlight and uses it to generate electricity by raising steam that is passed through a conventional steam turbine.

A CSP plant is a Rankine cycle-based plant in which the boilers are replaced by a solar field. This in turn is formed by a large reflective surface which enables to concentrate the solar direct normal irradiation into a receiver which converts it in thermal energy. This thermal energy can be used to either produce live steam which drives steam turbines, or to be storage for a later usage. If the solar source is not enough, the storage energy can compensate this energy shortfall or even an auxiliary fuel boiler can be used also.

Ats has acquired vast experience in multiple projects and technologies:

– PV: Crystalline silicon · Thin-film · CPV
– CSP: Parabolic Trough · Central Receiver · Fresnel

Ats has provided technical services for over XGW of solar energy projects worldwide. Our technical breadth is completed with a wisdom understanding of the commercial concerns and the anticipated view of each project in terms of risk and interfaces taking into account regulatory, market and permitting issues, contractual structures and operation & maintenance, to fully understand how each of these may affect our clients´ revenues.


The technology obtains electricity by way of the strength of the wind. Wind kinetic energy moves a propeller and through a mechanical system it turns the rotor of a generator producing electricity. The set is competed with other electrical and mechanical equipment forming the so-called Wind Turbine Generators (WTG).

Currently onshore and offshore WTG are combined grouped in wind farms connected to the electrical grid.

Ats has established a comprehensive skill base to provide all services to the wind generation sector for both onshore and offshore wind development projects.


BioCHP and Waste-to-Energy projects can serve a dual purpose for the society: reducing waste volumes and producing useful energy and heat in a climate-friendly manner. The waste streams of significant quantities that can be harnessed for renewable energy consist primarily of municipal waste, Wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) by-products and industrial and agricultural organic waste.

Large amounts of waste containing energy value are currently landfilled, but the European Comunity ambitions for recycling 65% by 2035, pushing to optimize capacities.

AMBER has established a unique knowledge base and resources as a skill base to provide quality services to the BioCHP and Water-to-Energy technologies.