120 MW diesel plant on line to meet Cyprus’ peak summer demand

A 120 MW diesel fired power plant, located just east of Limassol in Cyprus and installed by temporary power expert APR Energy, has entered operation in time to provide a peak season solution for the island.

In May, APR Energy signed a contract with the Electricity Authority of Cyprus (EAC). And by utilising its latest developments in plant design, deployment and logistics, the company was able to prepare the site and have the plant installed and operational within 20 days of equipment arrival ” ahead of the contracted schedule.

“The speed at which we can now deploy a plant, as seen in the case of Cyprus and other recent installations, is a direct result of the intensive focus we have placed on plant design and processes over the last several months,” said APR Energy president and chief operating officer, Laurence Anderson.

The power facility in Cyprus marks APR Energy’s first installation in Europe, and aligns with its strategy to expand its reach into that power market.

In accordance with its ongoing contract with EAC, APR Energy will continue all operation and maintenance of the power facility for the duration of the contract.

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