Mobile power station
One example of a mobile power plant is the TM2500 by General Electric. This mobile gas turbine on wheels can operate on a wide variety of fuels including gas, LPG and/or distillate liquid fuel, and the modular structure means additional power can be added if demand increases.
Power range 30 MW to 50 MW
Ready to run and give power in a matter of hours, a mobile power station can be transported by truck to sites across the globe. Quick installation and commissioning mean a mobile power station can aid a timely response to generate back up power during natural disaster relief, plant shutdowns or grid instability.