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Aggreko is to install a hybrid solar power and battery storage system at a gold mine in Western Australia
UK power specialist spent €5.5 million on sustainable power generation in second half of 2018
US site equipment manufacturer Allmand Bros. Inc is to expand its current facility in Holdrege, Nebraska, to increase production capacity and accelerate the development of new products.
Aggreko has fully integrated the energy storage business Younicos that it acquired a year ago and made it part of a new business unit, Aggreko Microgrid and Storage Solutions (AMSS)
APR Energy took just 30 days to install a 120MW power plant in the Dominican Republic.
Acquisition of DPR expands Kennards capabilities in events rentals.
Fifth generation of its QAS generator range promises 20% smaller footprint than comparable models, among other improvements
The spotlight is put on lighting towers and generator sets as Thomas Allen reports on these two enablers
Power rental company develops Big Battery Box, available to rent
Saudi-based rental company buys 50 Doosan portable compressors, signing deal at Intermat
German and Indian companies join forces to set up engine manufacturing plant in India
Mobile, modular power package for utility support and off-grid locations using HFO developed
Portable power is a key component to the efficiency and performance of any construction site
New factory in Santa Fe will see an extra 3,000 generator sets produced each year
Eastern European expansion for lighting tower and generator manufacturer with logistics warehouse
Acquisition by United Rentals includes Cummins’ mobile rental generator fleet, ranging in size from 150KW to 2MW.
Compound annual growth rate of 3.4% from 2017 to 2021 expected in the Americas power rental market, says Research and Markets
Manufacturers continue to look for gaps in the market to ensure their generators stand out from the crowd
Series offers capacity between 800 and 4200kVA, and are powered by new line of G-Drive engines
US-based APR Energy has signed a 12-month project with the Benin government to provide power generation using its fuel-flexible aeroderivative turbines