The USP&E containerized power plant is a generator in a shipping container that runs on diesel, heavy fuel oil, or medium fuel oil. The station is an engineering marvel with a modular, expansible system and includes all ancillary equipment. The containerized unit allows for short lead times and brief installation times. It's very simple to operate and has low lifetime operating costs. The units compact design arrangement provides for more expansion opportunities.More about diesel / HFO equipment
This modular system consists of a main trailer, air filter trailer, exhaust silencer trailer, and an auxiliary trailer. The main trailer contains a turbine engine, switchgear, and an air-cooled generator connected through an engine-generator coupling. The turbine engine is equipped and fully-capable to operate on natural gas or liquid fuel (dual fuel unit).More about natural gas equipment
Container-based components enable USP&E to construct multi-megawatt power stations in months instead of years. This animation gives you a demonstration of how all the pieces fit together to make it happen.
Our industry expertise covers every aspect of the power generation spectrum. USP&E constructs power stations by assembling generator equipment, components and subsystems from other manufacturers into a fully operational power generation station.More about EPC
USP&E is an international and domestic professional operations and maintenance provider in the power generation industry. Our highly trained staff has years of generator and powerplant knowledge and experience for our clients.More about O&M
Extensive experience with power station projects around the world enables us to significantly cut down fuel costs, optimize schedules, and provide our customers with the most efficient and cost-savings solutions.
Our 14MW HFO / diesel power plant provides power a mining operation in Sierra Leone, Africa.
Our 24MW power plant supplies electricity to the people of Conakry in Guinea, Africa.
We provide Operations and Maintenance services for the power plant and fleet of 50 backup generators in Sierra Leone, Africa.