Engineering News reports New R49m St Helena power station project to be completed by April

Barloworld Power expects the St Helena Island’s diesel generator power station improvement project to be fully completed by April, following the installation of the final generator and facility handover in February.

The power company was awarded a R49-million contract in 2011 to supply and commission four new Cat generating sets, new medium-voltage switchgear, a modernised supervisory control and data acquisition and control system, new cable works, a fuel system, bulk tanks and all ancillary systems to support the new engines.

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Engineering News: http://www.engineeringnews.co.za/article/new-r49m-st-helena-power-station-to-be-completed-by-april-2013-04-08

See Also:
Barlowworld Power: http://www.barloworldpower.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=itemlist&task=category&id=80:strapline-power-systems&Itemid=122

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0 Responses to Engineering News reports New R49m St Helena power station project to be completed by April

  1. Robert LEROT says:

    Just food for thought . I was quite surprised to see that all 4 generators are in the same building and wihtout fire separation wall between them. I know it’s quite unlikely to see a fire in a power station but aren’t all the eggs in the same basket.

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