Wärtsilä’s renewed contract with Arkay Energy ensures reliable and cost efficient power supply in India

The technology group Wärtsilä will support the Indian company Arkay Energy (Rameswarm) Limited to reach higher electrical output and productivity, bet...

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The technology group Wärtsilä will support the Indian company Arkay Energy (Rameswarm) Limited to reach higher electrical output and productivity, better operational security and increased efficiency of its power plant in a remote and developing area. The renewed operations and maintenance agreement was signed in June 2017 for another five years.
The agreement covers the full operation and maintenance of the Arkay Energy power plant which runs on natural gas, enhancing the installation’s reliability and efficiency throughout its lifecycle.
“The Arkay Energy plant is located in a remote location. We support Arkay Energy by providing them with our quality services which include complete operations and maintenance at the site and remote monitoring support from our Chennai Office. This helps the customer achieve the desired reliability and efficiency, while meeting the expectations of all stakeholders, including their end-customers, authorities and the local Community,” says James Rajan, Wärtsilä’s Director of Services Unit, South Asia.

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