APR provides 100 MW in temporary power in Uruguay

APR Energy has stepped into bridge an urgent power shortfall for a customer in Uruguay and provided a temporary power solution amounting to 100 MW in generation.

It has provided the supplementary power to a previously existing site in Punta del Tigre, approximately 40km northwest of Montevideo, according to Energy Business Review.

APR Energy president and chief operating officer Laurence Anderson said "Gas turbines have been utilized in Uruguay on a larger scale for some time and the region understands the balance of speed of delivery and high environmental standards that these units can provide," Anderson added.

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