MAN Diesel & Turbo to supply energy plant engines to Bangladesh and Niger

Posted on 14. Jan, 2014 by in Volkswagen Canada

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MAN Diesel  Turbo to supply appetite plant engines to Bangladesh and Niger.MAN Diesel Turbo has perceived dual orders to supply appetite plant engines to Asia and Africa. Together, a dual supply projects are value Euro 60 million. 

For a Bangladeshi Maisha Group MAN Diesel Turbo is to supply twelve 18V32/40 engines to a state collateral Dhaka. The engines will be employed in a appetite plant delivering 108 MW of electricity, that will yield additional rise bucket appetite for a collateral of millions. The plant will furnish electricity for a state appetite provider Bangladesh Power Development Board for 15 years. Delivery of a engines is scheduled for 2014. 

With a race of 164 million and a race firmness of over 1,000 people per block kilometer, Bangladesh is a many densely-populated nation in a world. The building infrastructure is anticipating problems to cope with a expansion of a country’s race and economy, and electricity supply is mostly unstable, even in a capital. The new appetite plant in a collateral Dhaka will make a vital grant to stabilise a appetite supply.

From a Chinese EPC (Engineering, Procurement, Construction) executive Sinohydro MAN Diesel Turbo has perceived a sequence to supply 4 18V48/60TS engines, that are to be commissioned in a new 80 MW appetite plant in Niamey in a Republic of Niger. The finish patron is a Republic of Niger’s Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, and a appetite plant will be operated by state-owned electricity retailer Société Nigérienne d’Electricité. Commissioning of a engines is scheduled for a initial half of 2015.

The 18V48/60TS engine is one of a many fit and cleanest engines in a class. Operated with all common fuels, it meets a World Bank’s 2008 emissions specifications. The engine facilities a element of two-stage turbocharging, that allows glorious efficiency, reduced fuel expenditure and low emissions to be achieved.

“The dual orders are critical references in many engaging expansion markets”, says Dr. René Umlauft, CEO of MAN Diesel Turbo and obliged for a appetite plant business in a Executive Board. “Growth in appetite direct is set to sojourn clever on a African continent in a years to come and we wish to continue to be concerned in the ability as an apparatus supplier.”

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