Volkswagen has been looking to sell its German-based power generation engine maker MAN Energy Solutions for several months.
Finland-headquartered energy technology group Wärtsilä has signed two major deals with Summit Group, the largest independent power producer in Bangladesh.
The inclusion of four diesel-fueled reciprocating engines will enable a 700-MW natural gas-fired power plant in Ohio to independently restart in the event of a grid outage.
Energy and industrial maintenance and turnaround specialist Universal Plant Services is acquiring Houston Controls in a deal that expands its reach into instrument, electrical and analytical services.
Witraktor and Caterpillar configured a system which includes eight Cat 3516B and four 3516E generator sets. They will provide emergency power for server stacks, telecommunications, cooling, ventilation and other critical functions.
The tagline for this year’s EGSA pavillon is “Reciprocating Engines for a Reliable Microgrid.”
The plant will utilize three Rolls-Royce Bergen B35:40V20AG2 natural gas-fired reciprocating engines and four hot-water boilers.
It is a Mid-Atlantic distributor for MTU Onsite Energy and helps deliver and install backup, onsite power for commercial, institutional, government and other mission-critical facilities in the region.
The F.D. Kuester and A.J. Mihm generating stations are both located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Both plants are powered by 18-MW, natural gas-fueled Wärtsilä 18V50SG reciprocating engines and total 180 MW in generation capacity.