APR Energy Awarded Contract to Supply 60MW of Fast Track Temporary Power in Peru

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APR Energy expands its presence in South America with the announcement of a new contract to add 60MW of additional capacity to the Peruvian national energy grid.

Facing the challenge of maintaining a reliable energy supply to the region, the President of Peru issued an emergency decree authorizing the expedited provisioning of a temporary power generation solution. Delays in Peru's national project to construct a natural gas pipeline to supply a number of thermal plants in its northern region, coupled with drought conditions affecting energy production from the county's hydro power systems have made this new APR Energy power project of the utmost importance.

A variety of factors lead to the company's selection. Paul Marcroft, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for APR Energy explains, "We were awarded the contract based on our cost competitiveness, our proven Fast Track program, as well as our comprehensive approach that will best deliver the power rental project in accordance with Electroperu's requirements and time table." APR Energy will implement a full turnkey temporary power plant solution utilizing diesel power generator modules coupled with all necessary mechanical and electrical infrastructure to provide the required electrical capacity.

APR Energy is rapidly expanding its presence in the Americas. Marcroft adds, "This new South American project, on the heels of the recent Argentina and Costa Rica installations, clearly demonstrates APR Energy's capability to quickly and cost effectively serve the region's power rental needs." APR Energy foresees a further expanded presence in South America as one of the premier suppliers of temporary power.

APR Energy LLC specializes in the rapid deployment of turnkey power generation solutions coupled with comprehensive operation, maintenance services and ultimately the sale of reliable and efficient electricity for its global customer's power rental needs.

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