8 May 2006 – A diesel genset supplied to a Greek Island by Power Machines has been put into commercial operation after successfully completing a 600-hour test run.
The Greek State Power Engineering Corporation contracted Power Machines and South Korea’s HSD Engine Co. to supply an 11.2 MW diesel generator with static excitation system to Paros Island in June 2004.
Russian technology company Power Machines has recently won numerous contracts in Greece of a similar nature. In 2005, two 16.5 MW diesel electric power plants were supplied to Kos Island and put into commercial operation. The company is currently working to meet its commitment to supply a 14.5 MW power unit on Chios Island.
Power Machines is also considering submitting a bid to supply six 20 MW generators for a diesel electric plant on Rhodes Island.