Wärtsilä Energy Solutions
Wärtsilä power plants are the ideal solution for decentralized power production and an attractive alternative to the conventional model of centralized power plants.
Wärtsilä’s solutions are available for large plants of 500 + MW capacity. Our gas based power plants are highly flexible and offer the following benefits:
- Substantial reduction in Carbon emission.
- Negligible water consumption.
- Minimal Land requirement which means saving in deforestation and displacement of people.
- Higher efficiency leading to saving of primary energy in the power sector.
- Reduction in investment on Transmission Network.
- Savings in Operational & Capital costs.
Our power plants can be used for base-load applications or for peak-load needs or to complement wind energy. Our engines can handle liquid fuels such as HFO/LSHS, LFO, LBF or natural gas. Versatile dual-fuel engines can switch between liquid fuel and gas, on line. The CCHP solutions have a very low CO2 footprint, and merit status of ‘deemed renewable energy’.
We provide complete EPC solutions and lifecycle O&M support.
Wärtsilä has been involved with the Indian market for over 25 years, and has an installed base that exceeds 3500 MW, with a large service organisation to provide lifecycle support to customers. Many of the engines have clocked over 1,00,000 hours of operation. The 48MW power plant at Mangalore Chemicals & Fertilisers Ltd has completed 25 years of continuous generation.
For India to take a rightful place in the group of developed nations, electrical energy availability to each section of the population in stable and adequate quantity is a must. Energy demand fluctuates during the course of 24 hours in a day, during passage of different seasons and also sees substantial unpredictability over the years based on climatic condition, political and social expressions and many other factors specific to that year. Introduction of renewable power feed such as wind & solar etc. though extremely desirable from environment & sustainability point of view, adds more unpredictability to the supply-demand situation in the grid.