As part of its UK expansion, Pramac announced that five of the UK’s leading independent power generation companies are now online as strategic partners to promote and streamline the installation of industrial gas generators throughout the UK.
Dieselec Thistle Group (DTG), Power Electrics, The Generator Company, Regency Powerand YLEM Energy, have all joined the UK Pramac Partner network which will create regional hubs and expertise for the Industrial gas power generation sector.
The new Pramac Industrial Gas range includes several models offering an alternative fuel choice for stand-by and behind-the-meter generators in the industrial market.
Available from 200kVA through to 500kVA, the rich burn natural gas sets provide longer runtimes and a greener fuel solution with reduced NOX emissions as low as 20mg/Nm3. Later this year the range will also benefit from additional models, taking the range towards 750kVA.
Dave Curry, UK Sales & Business Development Manager Industrial Solutions said: “We are delighted to be working with our partners to establish the range and deliver greater resilience and alternative fuel choice. Our partners will provide exceptional levels of expertise from design to install, full service and testing.”
Each of the partners will focus on core territories in the UK which include Dieselec Thistle Group (DTG) in Scotland and the North of England, YLEM in the North East and West of England, as well as North Wales; with Regency Power targeting the East of England. Power Electrics will focus on the South West of England and South Wales, while The Generator Company will look to drive profile of the range across the South East.
Many of the partners will also use gas within specialist applications based on the versatility of the range. This will include direct replacement of legacy stand-by diesel systems following recent changes to Medium Combustion Plant Directive (MCPD), more use within urban areas as pressure mounts to drive down emissions, along with growing opportunity to provide resilient back-up power in times of need.