CaribNRG

 Limited
 developed 
in
association 
with 
Enercon 
Engineering 
Inc 
of 
Illinois USA
 packaged
 small‐bore 
diesel 
power
 plant
 where by 
each
 generating
 set 
is
 installed
 in 
a 
stand‐alone
 enclosure.

 The 
target 
engine 
range 
is 
the 
small
 bore
 diesel 
engines 
of 
up 
to 
28cm
 bore 
which can provide up to 6MW per engine depending on the manufacturer chosen.










The
 enclosure 
concept
 enables
 the 
project
 installation
 schedule
 to
 be
 considerably 
shorter
 than 
building 
a
 conventional
 power
station. 

This
 approach
 means 
lower
 civil 
works
 costs 
and 
the 
‘plug‐and‐play’ 
concept 
for
 the
 balance
 of 
plant 
results 
in 
a 
lower
 cost‐to‐build 
per 
kilowatt
 than
 typical
 conventional 
power
 station 
installations.






  • In 
2008/09
 a
 3
 x
 1.4 MW 
MAN 
7L28/32H 
facility 
with 
heavy 
fuel
 oil
 capability
 based
 on 
the 
enclosure 
concept 
was
 installed 
in
 Dominica
 for
 the
 local 
island 
utility.


  • In 
2009 
CaribNRG
 
Limited 
developed 
and 
installed
 a 
1
 x
 4 MW
 MAN
18V28/32S 
generator 
installation 
project 
to 
operate 
on
 heavy 
fuel 
oil 
for 
the 
Government 
of 
St.
Kitts 
based
 on 
the
 conventional
 power
station 
concept
 using
 the
 MAN
 18V28/32S
 generating
 set.

 This 
4 MW
 generating
 set 
installation
 was 
to 
replace
 a 
generating
 set
 that
 failed 
and 
was 
decommissioned
 in 
October
 2008.


  • CaribNRG 
Limited has 
recently completed 
installing 
4 
x 
MAN
18V28/32S 
generating
 sets
 to
 operate 
on 
heavy
 fuel
 oil 
for
 the 
Government 
of
 St.
Kitts
 using 
the
 enclosure 
design 
concept.

 The first phase of 2 x MAN18V28/32S were commissioned at the end of October 2010 after starting in June. The second phase was completed in May 2011.