On-site power forms part of $70m Rolls Royce Asian contracts

Bergen Engines AS, trading as Rolls-Royce Reciprocating Power Systems, has secured orders with a combined value over $70 million, for equipment which includes on-site power provision.

A total supply 26 Bergen engines, associated power plant equipment and design services are destined for customers in Bangladesh and Indonesia to increase electrical power generation.

The contract includes agreement to supply a B35:40V12 gas engine to Shun Shing Power Pvt Ltd of Bangladesh to provide an additional 5MW of power to help expand the capacity of the cement plant of Shun Shing Group, Bangladesh where two similar Bergen engines are already in operation.

Graham Gate, Vice President - Bergen Engines said: “Many countries in Asia face a pressing need for reliable and affordable power generation to support their economic growth. Our efficient power generation technology, underpinned by localised technical support, enables us to meet the needs of our expanding customer base in the region.”

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