Energising Myanmar's industrial zones - Wärtsilä

Energising Myanmar's industrial zones - Wärtsilä

Energising Myanmar&39;s industrial zones - WärtsiläEnergising Myanmar’s industrial zones Traditionally industrial zones / parks have leased land to tenants who need to individually arrange for utilities for themselves via a combination of the national grid and their own on-site high-speed diesel engines. The use of three Wärtsilä 20V34DF medium-speed engines results in a total Wärtsilä delivers 40 MW engineered equipment for MCM Power Wärtsilä Corporation, Press release, 25 November 2019 at 11:30 AM E. Europe Standard Time. The technology group Wärtsilä has been awarded a 40 MW extended engineered equipment supply contract for a power plant in Shwe Taung, southern central part of Myanmar. The baseload power plant will feed the national grid and will help to alleviate the

Wärtsilä delivers 40 MW engineered equipment for MCM Power Wärtsilä Operation and maintenance agreement will help Kyaukse power plant to meet its supply obligations to the national grid in Myanmar . Articles in Wärtsilä’s stakeholder magazine Twentyfour7: Myanmar- In new light Energising Myanmar’s industrial zones . For more information, please contact: Hitendra ShettyWärtsilä delivers 40 MW engineered equipment for MCM Power Energising Myanmar’s industrial zones . For more information, please contact: Hitendra Shetty Business Development Manager, North & East Asia. Wärtsilä Energy Business Mob. + 65 9655 9477 Hitendra.Shetty@wartsila.com. Mirja-Maija Santala Manager, Marketing & Communications Wärtsilä Energy Business Tel: +358 400 793 827 mirja-maija.santala Wartsila delivers 40 MW engineered equipment for MCM Power Energising Myanmar’s industrial zones For more information, please contact: Hitendra Shetty Business Development Manager, North & East Asia. Wärtsilä Energy Business Mob. + 65 9655 9477 Hitendra.Shetty@wartsila.com Mirja-Maija Santala Manager, Marketing & Communications Wärtsilä Energy Business Tel: +358 400 793 827 mirja-maija.santala Twentyfour7. - Wärtsilä&39;s stakeholder magazineEnergising Myanmar’s industrial zones Myanmar’s economy is back on the growth track with economic and political reforms as international sanctions against it were recently lifted. Its strategic location as a land bridge between South and South East Asia is attracting international investors.WÄRTSILÄ TECHNICAL JOURNALthe Wärtsilä 14 is the result of Wärtsilä’s first cooperation with an external partner to design an engine (learn more on page 24) . As the most compact engine, the Wärtsilä 14 boasts features that help reduce nitrogen oxide emissions, thereby complying with the IMO Tier III regulations .Wärtsilä Oyj (via Public) / Wärtsilä delivers 40 MW Wärtsilä Operation and maintenance agreement will help Kyaukse power plant to meet its supply obligations to the national grid in Myanmar. Articles in Wärtsilä&39;s stakeholder magazine Twentyfour7: Myanmar- In new light Energising Myanmar&39;s industrial zones. For more information, please contact: Hitendra ShettyWärtsilä Oyj : Wärtsilä delivers 40 MW engineered Wärtsilä Corporation, Press release, 25 November 2019 at 11:30 AM E. Europe Standard Time. The technology group Wärtsilä has been awarded a 40 MW extended engineered equipment supply contract for a power plant in Shwe Taung, southern central part of Myanmar.The baseload power plant will feed the national grid and will help to alleviate the country&39;s ongoing energy shortage.

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