Historical Significance For APR Energy
Contract to provide interim power during infrastructure rebuild
APR Energy has signed the largest contract in its history. The contract, signed with the national utility of Libya, calls for APR Energy to provide a full turnkey 250 MW power plant, which will feature mobile turbines providing interim power while the country repairs and builds its infrastructure. The plant will also cover anticipated power demand during the summer.
The Libya contract will be the eighth major project that APR Energy has completed in Africa, and is the latest in a series of projects using dual-fuel turbines.
APR Energy’s Libya contract deals with four sites – stretching from the northern to the southern end of the country – to meet the electricity needs on a regional level.