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References
Powering the world

North America & Caribbean

 

  • Danae C.

    Danaos Shipping, one of the world's largest independent owners of containerships, chose Wärtsilä’s SAMCon shore...

  • Marquette Energy Center, USA

    When the temperature drops to –40 degrees Celsius, blackouts are not an option. In order to secure a reliable energy...

  • Huinala, Mexico

    Mexico is quickly amending its energy laws, creating a new electricity market and allowing the private sector to...

  • Woodland 3, Modesto, California, USA

    The state of California is known for its amazing nature and climate. Being home to beautiful beaches, sandy deserts...

  • Port Westward Unit 2 Portland, Oregon, USA

    Portland General Electric Company (PGE) is an investor-owned utility (IOU) located in the Pacific Northwest, which...

  • Dr Bird I and II, Jamaica

    Wärtsilä Corporation won a repeat order for a 50 MW power barge from the Caribbean island of Jamaica in April 2005...

  • Barrick Gold, USA

    Wärtsilä supplied a 116 MW gas power plant for the Canadian gold mining company Barrick Goldstrike Mines Inc.'s...

  • Plains End I & II, CO, USA

    When deciding on the technology for Plains End I & II, the critical factors for Cogentrix were the ability to operate...

  • Pearsall Station, Texas, USA

    The new energy landscape of the 21-century calls for cleaner, more sustainable energy. Texas has responded to the...

  • Antelope Station, Texas, USA

    THE WIND ENABLER RETURNS TO TEXAS The Golden Spread Electric Cooperative debated different back-up power alternatives...

  • Quisqueya I & II, Dominican Republic

    In September 2011, Barrick Gold Corporation acquired a majority share in a gold mine located some 100 kilometres...

  • Humboldt Bay Generating Station, USA

    The Plant is located in Humboldt County near Eureka in northern California. PG&E selected Wärtsilä's technology...

  • Eklutna Generation Station, Palmer, Alaska, USA

    "In the event of a natural disaster such as an earthquake, these engines can switch fuels without a hiccup."

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