Angola's national grid, built in the 1970's, is now aging and in need of upgrade and rehabilitation. GE will be delivering to AE Energia, engines for fast, digital power in Angola. The order includes seven TM2500 mobile aeroderivative gas turbine generator sets. The units will be installed in Namibe, Huila and Cuando Cubango provinces and will be capable of providing the remaining 200 megawatts (MW) of power for the government to achieve a targeted one gigawatt (GW) of electricity by end of 2018. Read more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
GE Announces Order with AE Energia to Bring Fast, Digital Power to Angola
GE Africa, 2 May 2017
Fast, trailer-mounted solutions will bring 200 megawatts (MW) of power, the equivalent needed for up to an additional 15% of Angola's population Includes GE's Asset Performance… Read more »
Since 1958, GE has been operating in Angola where they have worked hard to expand their portfolio in the country. GE is working closely with the Angolan government to help the ... Read more »
GE's TM2500 mobile aeroderivative gas turbine generator set being loaded onto a transportation airplane
GE has installed 500 MW of fast power for Egypt using TM2500 gas turbine generator sets. It's a new record for GE's Distributed Power business in ... see more »
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