Design of 13 MW standby generation facility with 5 kV paralleling switchgear. Modiﬁcations to 5 kV substation control and protection system.
UTEC designed and oversaw the construction of a 3.6 MW load-side diesel-engine generating plant to operate in parallel with the City's primary electrical distribution system. This included engine generators, fuel system, switchgear, generator step up transformers, 15 kV circuit breakers, substation structures and miscellaneous equipment.
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Installation of five (5) 1825 kW mobile diesel-engine generators to operate in parallel with the electric system over a one year period. UTEC designed a permanent diesel-engine generating plant which became operational November 1, 2003. The plant capacity is 9 MW.
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