Decentralised Power Stations

To support global energy transition and the goal of universal access of electricity, we design, build and operate decentralised power stations. Our solutions cover every aspect of daily operation and maintenance of the power stations to deliver industry-leading operational performance and optimised efficiency. Currently we have more than 20 decentralised power stations in operation.


China, the largest emitter of carbon dioxide of the world, aims to reach carbon neutrality by 2060. In order to meet the goal, the key plans include switching coal-fired to gas-fired power generation, and using combined heat and power and combined cooling, heat and power solutions.

Our waste-to-power project in Shandong Province utilise the biogas collected from our customer to generate both power and heat.


Indonesia, an archipelago of over 18,000 islands, is the largest economy in Southeast Asia. However, the electrification rate of Indonesia has not yet reached 100%. Expansion and stabilisation of power supply have been the top priority of the local government.

For remote areas and archipelagoes like Indonesia, decentralised power stations can serve efficiently to provide stable and reliable electricity. We commenced our business in Indonesia with gas- and diesel-fired decentralised power stations. 


Back in 2014, Myanmar had one of the lowest electrification rate in the world with only 33% of the population having access to electricity. To support the country’s economic growth, the Government of Myanmar has committed to achieving universal access to sustainable electricity services by 2030.

We have expanded our business in Myanmar, and provided fast-track decentralised power generation solutions to meet the local electricity demand. 


Some rural areas and remote islands of Peru are still in lack of infrastructure and remain isolated from the national grid. In order to improve the quality of life and security issues, rural electrification has been one of the top priorities of Peru.

The 80MW HFO-fired decentralised power station provides electricity through island mode operation to 400,000 local inhabitants.


Brazil is well-known for the high share of renewables in its energy mix. In view of the local expectation of greener energy, we use biodiesel as a hybrid fuel in our decentralised power stations of the Amazonas State Project. Derived from renewable organic sources, such as vegetable oils, animal fats and waste cooking oil, biodiesel produces less sulphur and carbon monoxide compared to petroleum diesel.

Our power project in Brazil supplies reliable and stable electricity to the communities in Amazonas State.


Coal-fired generation has played an important role in meeting electricity demand in the UK. However, the Government has pledged to phase out unabated coal generation by 2025, and now intends to deliver by 2024, in order to achieve the target of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

Through auctions, the UK secures the capacity needed to meet local peak electiricity demand. We believe that the capacity market will have a positive long-term development.

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