Wetex 2019: Dewa to get Al Masaood mobile electric power generators
The generators can produce up to 2500 kVA of prime power, enough to power more than 120 homes at a time
During the Water, Energy, Technology, Environment Exhibition (Wetex), which runs from 21 to 23 October 2019 at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, UAE-based Al Masaood Power Division unveiled its locally produced mobile electric power generators, which is powered by MTU diesel genset and can be used to provide immediate power supply during emergencies in the UAE, with the generatos being custom-made for Dubai Electricty and Water Authority (Dewa).
In a statement, Al Masaood said that the electric power generation truck is equipped with MTU Diesel Generator 20V4000 DS2750, which provides a baseload bridge for permanent power installations, in addition to acting as a backup power at the times of emergency, including plant shutdowns, grid instability within the city, and at isolated locations.
Commenting on the mobile electric power generators, general manager of Al Masaood Power Division, Rasso Bartenschlager, said: “We are proud to collaborate with Dewa on developing this new UAE-made solution. The solution was engineered in response to Authority’s proactive long-term strategy to generate flawless power supply and consumption in Dubai, and to support its overall vision for a sustainable future for the Emirate.”
“The new diesel generator uses world-class MTU technology that is characterised with low fuel consumption, high reliability and availability of power, in addition to long maintenance intervals.”
The generators can produce up to 2500 kVA of prime power, which is enough to power more than 120 homes at a time.
Installed on 5-axles of 10X8 truck, Al Masaood’s latest emergency generator has been claimed as the biggest transportable generator ever produced in the UAE.