RSS installs 80 MVA temporary power in Oman
Muscat, July 3, 2011
Rental Solutions & Services (RSS), a global provider of rental power, temporary cooling and mobile water solutions, has installed 80 MVA of rental power in Oman.
RSS has been selected by two power generation authorities in Oman to design, build and manage temporary power packages in four different locations in Oman: Ja’laan Bani Bu Ali Grid Station, Al Mulladah Intersection Station, Dibba and Ghundham.
The 80 MVA temporary power will support the Oman’s power grid during the summer period when demand is high.
Milan Balac, managing director of RSS, said: “We are delighted to deliver our first power project in Oman. RSS has a very experienced power project team coupled with the most fuel efficient rental generators in the market. We appreciate the trust and confidence that our customer has in our products and services.”
Peter den Boogert, general manager of RSS power projects, said that “the power projects recently executed in Oman are full turn-key power solution for both the Oman power generation authorities. RSS designed, mobilised, installed and commissioned 80 MVA temporary power in 4 different locations. RSS has also deployed 24-hour technicians, operators and project engineers to ensure uninterrupted supply. It is also worth mentioning that out of the 80MVA installation, RSS delivered 68 MVA at 33 KV which only a few rental companies can currently provide.”
Robert Bagatsing, group marketing manager, said: “RSS has delivered numerous rental power projects and temporary district cooling plants in Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Qatar and Kuwait. RSS rental generators, fuel tanks, load banks, transformers, chillers, air conditioning, air handlers, RO plants and pumps are built to withstand the most rugged and harsh conditions of the Gulf, where ambient temperatures can become a severe problem.”
In addition to generator hire and rental cooling products, RSS can now offer utility companies mobile water desalination plants, the statement said. – TradeArabia News Service