MPower Dispatches Emergency Generators for Roy Hill

Roy Hill Update April 2015

One of the four generator sets crane lifted on to road transportation destined for Roy Hill.

Media Release – Friday 24 April 2015

For Immediate Release

Today, leading power solutions provider MPower has dispatched four emergency generator sets, designed and manufactured for the Roy Hill project, rail and port facilities.

In July 2014, MPower was awarded a significant contract with Samsung C&T Corporation to design, engineer, manufacture and commission emergency diesel generators for the mine site.

The four generator sets will travel 4939 kilometres from MPower’s Ingleburn facility to the iron ore mine site in Port Headland, WA via road transportation and will be commissioned by MPower engineers once on site.

MPower Projects Operations Manager, Eric Nemme said “The design and manufacturing for the project was complicated and the team had to meet strict environmental and design specifications, from the IP rated canopy and alternator to dispatching and manoeuvring each generator set on to road transport”.

“Designing custom built emergency power for sectors that require stringent technical specifications is the core of MPower’s business; we ensure that each of our designs are reliable, robust and will deliver power in an emergency”, he said.

MPower has years of experience in the oil, gas and mining sector supplying full turn-key solutions and is proud to work alongside Roy Hill and Samsung C&T Corporation to deliver dependable power solutions to Australia’s mining industry.

For media enquires contact MPower’s Marketing Communications Coordinator on +61 2 8788 4600 or email ­­ .


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