Energy Parts Solutions Restores IPP – Fast
When two transformers failed for the same west coast
Independent Power Producer within three days of each other, Energy Parts Solutions
(EPS) was able to provide, deliver, assemble, vacuum-fill and test two new replacement
50MVA Transformers out of their extensive inventory. EPS handled the project on a
turn-key, expedited basis and performed ahead of schedule, exceeding the customer’s
expectations. The client’s production was restored in less than a week.
EPS’ High Voltage field team mobilized and completely assembled the first 50MVA
Transformer within 24 hours of its arrival. The second unit arrived the next day, and
was also assembled within 24 hours. Three days later, both units were vacuum-filled,
tested and ready to go.
“It is instances like this that validate our decision to maintain such a large volume and
selection of Transformers,” said Bill Mars, President of EPS. “Multiple failures like this
client experienced in May are not common in the industry. However, having the
inventory, personnel and experience to address them for our clients in such an
expeditious manner, is what I believe separates us from other HV companies.”
Energy Parts Solutions is a global provider of equipment and replacement parts for all
major aeroderivative and heavy industrial gas turbine technologies, as well as High
Voltage equipment and services. EPS is a division of ProEnergy, an integrated service
provider for the power, oil and gas industries. More information on EPS is available on
their web site at www.energy-parts.com.
ProEnergy is responsible for the construction, management, operations, maintenance,
and repair services, for energy generation facilities and equipment around the world.
The Company’s extensive capabilities and commitment to quality and safety has led to
its expansive growth. Founded in 2002 by Jeff Canon, ProEnergy currently operates 3
integrated service divisions to successfully support all phases of a power plant’s life
cycle. The Company has U.S. offices in Sedalia, Missouri; Houston, Texas; and Fort
Collins, Colorado; and international locations in a number of countries including
Argentina, Venezuela, Brazil, Panama, Pakistan and Angola.