Temporary power sector ready for Qatar 2022

Temporary power sector champing keen to help with Qatar World Cup

RSS power projects general manager Peter den Boogert.
RSS power projects general manager Peter den Boogert.

The temporary power sector is champing at the bit to supply the 2022 World Cup in Qatar with rental and cooling solutions, says Rental Solutions & Services (RSS) GM: power projects Peter den Boogert.

“I hope that the evolution of gensets and engines over the last decade continues on the same scale during the next 12 years leading up to the World Cup, so we are able to offer achievable solutions to Qatar,” says den Boogert.”

Apart from the genset side, a couple like RSS is also able to offer its cooling expertise. “We have the ideas, we have the assets and we have the experience to assist with the air-con for these large types of outdoor events.”

“The construction industry in the Middle East is definitely seeing an upturn,” says Aggreko MD Phil Burns. “Of course, with Qatar having staged a successful bid for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, we anticipate a busy few years in Qatar as it begins construction on the many stadia and hotels needed to host the event."

Read the full temporary power feature in the February print edition of MEP Middle East.

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