On Site Power

A focus on the technologies driving the expansion of onsite power, including temporary and emergency power, including the latest innovations in liquid fuel and gas-fired generator sets.

Rolls-Royce expands Berlin start-up into microgrid centre

Rolls-Royce has expanded the business formerly run as Qinous GmbH into a flagship Microgrid Competence Center.

Doosan Škoda steam turbine begins operation at Danish power station

Doosan Škoda Power has completed the ASV6 machine hall project at the co-generation Asnæs Power Station in Kalundborg, Denmark.
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Israeli innovators, Nokia, partner for rural electrification in Asia

Aquarius Engines has signed a partnership agreement with Nokia to provide minigrids in remote areas of the Philippines, and other Asian countries.

Uniper and Wärtsilä to build 105 MW CHP plant in Germany

Wärtsilä, in consortium with Uniper, has been contracted to deliver a 105 MW combined heat and power gas engine plant to the city of Bremen, Germany.
MAN Energy wins steam turbine deal for German CHP plant

MAN Energy wins turbine deal for German CHP plant

A German cogeneration power plant is to reduce its dependency on a nearby coal plant by installing two onsite steam turbines.
Plans unveiled for major CHP heat network in London

Plans unveiled for major CHP heat network in London

What will be one of the largest heat networks in the UK is being developed by Vattenfall and resource management and recycling firm Cory Riverside Energy.

Volkswagen orders Doosan Škoda steam turbines for Wolfsburg auto plant

Doosan Škoda will supply two 50 MW industrial steam turbines for Volkswagen’s automotive factory in Wolfsburg, Germany.

Japanese island opts for dual fuel engines

MAN Energy Solutions is to deploy its dual-fuel engines at a power plant on a Japanese island.

Wärtsilä gold mine deal marks Saudi Arabia’s first hybrid power project

Finnish technology group Wärtsilä is to supply a 44 MW power plant to a gold mine in Saudi Arabia.
Aggreko offers generators for COVID-19 testing sites

Aggreko offers generators for COVID-19 testing sites

Temporary power supplier Aggreko has offered the UK government up to 1300 small generator units free of charge to support the set-up of COVID-19 testing sites across the UK.

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