Finland’s Wärtsilä has established a subsidiary to trade spare parts for classic four-stroke Wärtsilä engines.
The winners of the first Power Engineering International EMEA Projects of the Year have been revealed at a glittering awards ceremony.
In December 2014, Finnish gas engine maker Wärtsilä filed a legal challenge in Poland which aimed to show that utility PGNiG Termika's tender for the modernization of the Żerań combined heat and power (CHP) plant, which specified that the project would be open to gas turbines only, "drastically breached" Poland's public procurement law in terms of "fair competition".
Wärtsilä has secured orders to supply two of its Smart Power Generation power plants for Rural Areas Electricity Company in Oman.
The world’s largest internal combustion engine power plant is being inaugurated today in Jordan.
We explore how retrofits and upgrades offered by equipment manufacturers can increase operational flexibility and offer cost savings.
Finnish engineering company Wärtsilä has signed a deal with China’s Shanghai Electric Power to convert a heavy fuel oil plant in Malta to run on natural gas.
Wärtsilä is to modernise power plants for 11 cement factories in Russia which will have a combined capacity of 314 MW.
The world's largest internal combustion engine power plant is poised to enter commercial operation this month in Jordan.
The annual POWER-GEN Europe Best Paper Awards were announced at the closing ceremony of the event in Cologne, Germany on Thursday.