Our customers typically require us to deliver power within 12 months of receiving the Letter of Acceptance and our role is confirmed, compared to CPG projects, which could take years to complete the planning, environmental impact assessment, financing, infrastructure upgrades and project construction stages before commencing commercial operations, according to Frost & Sullivan.
Our Power Generation Systems are adaptable and can be easily deployed to most locations, including remote areas with difficulty accessing the national grid, due to their modular design. The Power Generation Systems are designed to be “plug-and-play” for easy transportation, storage, installation and decommissioning, which allows Distributed Power Generation stations to be easily scaled up or down by adding or removing Power Generation Systems according to demand.
Our Distributed Power Generation stations installed with ISO-containerized Power Generation Systems can be decommissioned and removed from a site within days.
Our modular gas Power Generation Systems have some of the highest fuel efficiencies in the industry^, and are compact in size and can be further optimized for a wide range of applications.
We have technical skills and know-how to design and deliver Power Generation Systems that can cope with challenging operating conditions, such as high altitudes or extreme climates. In 2006, we designed, integrated and delivered our Power Generation Systems, along the Qinghai-Tibet Railway, the world’s highest railway.
^Remarks: According to Frost & Sullivan
Our Power Generation Systems require much smaller upfront costs compared to CPG projects. As a result of their high fuel efficiency, our Power Generation Systems have relatively low operating costs.
In addition, we continuously optimize our global operations and maintenance organization to maintain a low cost of operation and maintenance. We also benefited from our strategic relationship with MTU, resulting in cost-effective parts supply and engine servicing arrangements.