Middle East Electricity 2015: MTU Onsite Energy and Bergen Engines products for power generation at one booth
2/3/2015 | Words: Silke Rockenstein, Nina Kunzi | Pictures: MTU, Bergen
Middle East Electricity, Dubai, MTU Onsite Energy, Bergen Engines
For the first time, MTU Onsite Energy and Bergen Engines products will be showcased together at booth S1 F30 at the Middle East Electricity exhibition in Dubai from 2 to 4 March. The MTU Onsite Energy brand and Bergen Engines AS are part of Rolls-Royce Power Systems within the Land & Sea division of Rolls-Royce.
MTU Onsite Energy will be presenting its portfolio of diesel gensets with power outputs up to 3,400 kVA and gas engine systems to 2,500 kW. There will also be an MTU Onsite Energy genset on display based on a new generation MTU Series 2000 engine equipped with common rail technology and delivering a maximum output of 1,400 kVA. Exhibits on the stand will include a model of a containerised power module equipped with a 16V-4000 diesel genset and a model of a gas system based on the MTU Series 4000 engine. MTU Onsite Energy will also have a new 20‘ container generator set based on the new generation of Series 2000 engines on display on its outdoor stand OS3. It is to be included in the company’s standard product range as of March 2015.
The systems for decentralized power generation of MTU Onsite Energy are able to cover both continuous and emergency or peak power requirements and therefore have a critical role to play in special applications such as airports, hospitals and data centers.
Bergen Engines AS supplies medium-speed liquid fuel and gas engines for a broad range of power generation applications. They are characterized by high availability, low operating costs and a leading nominal electrical efficiency of up to 48,8%. Located in Norway, the company delivers reliable power generation solutions from 3,700 to 9,400 kWe per engine and complete power systems that can deliver an output of beyond 200 MWe.
Focussing its efforts on the power market in Middle East, Bergen Engines will be showcasing a model of the generator set with a 20-cylinder B35:40 engine. With a power output of 9,400 kWe these gas engines are used in many different power generation projects worldwide.
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