Beginning in January this year, a seven-member team led by Aggreko representatives, James Shepherd and Chris Wishart, participated in the 2005 Rotax Max UAE Championship in an effort to raise approximately AED 100,000 for children …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Sunday, December 18 - 2005 @ 15:30
In a contract with the tournament, Aggreko will be providing a 3.8 MW power package at the Rugby grounds which will be used for the sound and light systems, radio and television broadcasting services, giant …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, November 30 - 2005 @ 12:16
Under the terms of contracts Aggreko will provide a total of 80 MW across four separate locations: Kosgama (25 MW), Kotugoda (25 MW), Peliyagoda (20 MW) and Ambatale (10 MW ) in and around the …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Saturday, March 02 - 2002 @ 13:32
Aggreko, which started operations in the Middle East in 1991, today has eight locations across the region. In September last year the company was awarded the ISO 9001:2000 certificate for its Quality Management System in …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, May 22 - 2002 @ 15:07
Aggreko Middle East and Aggreko International Power Projects are a part of the global power solutions provider Aggreko plc, the international group specialising in the supply of temporary power, temperature control and oil-free air.
The present phase of the project is being executed at Dubai’s Port Rashid dry docks.
AIPP is supplying a specially engineered 6.8 MW / 11kV power package for the project, under contract to Expro …
For the first time, the Rugby World Cup Sevens tournament will be taking place in Dubai at The Sevens, a purpose-built venue which has a total capacity of 50,000 per day.
The Sevens venue was …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, March 04 - 2009 @ 16:33
Yemen has experienced considerable economic growth in recent years, with a corresponding increase in the demand for power. PEC contracted Aggreko to provide 100MW for six power stations in the cities of Amran, Aden, Taiz …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Monday, May 07 - 2007 @ 08:14
Sri Lanka generates two thirds of its electricity from water. Five years of failed monsoons have seen the number of power cuts increase, averaging from two to four hours a day. To provide short term …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Sunday, May 26 - 2002 @ 09:33
The prolonged drought is affecting many parts of East Africa and threatening a humanitarian disaster in addition to severe power shortages. The water level in many of the country’s dams, which determines the amount of …Read full article » : Thursday, April 06 - 2006 @ 16:20