MAPNA Group Delivers First Mobile Power Plant to Site in SW Tehran

The first unit of a mobile power plant, designed and developed completely by MAPNA Group, has been delivered to Parand Power Plant in the southwest of the capital Tehran.

This is the first trailer-mounted power plant that all of its equipment has been developed by the conglomerate. Mounted on two trailers, the dispatched unit is ready to start operation.

The mobile power plant can produce 25 megawatts of electricity. The plant is made up of two MGT-30 turbines and can be installed and commissioned in just one week. It is also very easy to transport, as it can be moved by sea, land, or air.

The mobile power plant has a variety of applications, including distributed power generation, network stability, and power supply in  emergencies. It is also well-suited for use in industrial centers, such as the oil and gas and steel industries.

All stages of the design, engineering, supply, and production of the mobile power plant were carried out by MAPNA Group’s experts. This makes the plant a truly homegrown product, and it is a testament to MAPNA’s technological capabilities.

Several subsidiaries of the conglomerate have been involved in the project including MAPNA Turbine Engineering and Manufacturing Company (TUGA), MAPNA Generator Engineering and Manufacturing Company (PARS), and MAPNA Electric & Control Engineering & Manufacturing (MECO).

The mobile power plant stands out from other similar products in several ways. It is very easy to move, it can be quickly installed, it needs a low number of trailers, and it is lightweight. It can compete with other similar products in the world. The plant is also a valuable addition to MAPNA’s portfolio of products and services, and it is sure to be in high demand in the future.

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