Sterling Generators to commission 2 x 3000 KVA generators that will provide continuous and uninterrupted electricity supply to the entire Andaman & Nicobar Island.
January 02, 2017. By Moulin
Sterling Generators to commission 2 x 3000 KVA generators that will provide continuous and uninterrupted electricity supply to the entire Andaman & Nicobar Island. Sterling Generators was appointed to implement this project by the Joint Electricity Regulatory Commission (JERC) due to its excellent project execution capabilities, quality of product, low fuel consumption, and eco friendly diesel generators. This Project has been commissioned by Sterling Generators in 2015.
Speaking on the commissioning of the Diesel Generator powered Electricity plant at Port Blair installed by Sterling Generators, Mr. Sanjay Jadhav, President of Sterling and Wilson Powergen Pvt. Ltd. said, "We are delighted to have had the opportunity of setting up a technologically robust and efficient diesel generator powered electricity plant for JERC in Port Blair. The generators supplied by us for this project are extremely fuel efficient, tough, easy and safe to handle, and eco-friendly. Apart from this, all our generators are tested under harsh weather conditions to ensure that they perform at optimal levels in any given situation. We are confident that the Diesel Generators installed by us in Andaman & Nicobar Islands will add value and power to the lives of the inhabitants and tourist who visit this beautiful place."
Andaman & Nicobar Island is one of the most loved tourist destinations in India, and requires power and electricity 24x7. However due to the geographical and topographical peculiarities of these islands, including separation by sea over great distances, there is no single power grid for all the electrified islands. In order to overcome its everyday power requirement problems JERC turned to Sterling and Wilson Powergen Pvt. Ltd. for a cost effective, highly reliable, and timely solution through its robust diesel generators that are built to operate in the toughest conditions.
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