Aperion has distinguished itself in providing power to a wide range of prime demand locations. With a variety of fuel specifications and demand profiles, these projects highlight the flexibility and deliverability of Aperion’s Prime Power Stations.
3 MW Agricultural
Aperion delivered a complete design for a 3 MW prime power system serving an agricultural facility, including underground power lines, and Combined Heat and Power delivery.
275 MW Data Center Power Plant and Fuel Pipeline Engineering
Aperion was selected and delivered design services for over 30 miles of pipeline, a 275MW Prime Power Plant and 24 hours of backup fuel.
10 MW Pre-FEED Prime Power Plant Design
Aperion Energy Group was selected to provide Pre-FEED engineering and design services for a 10 MW plant servicing a critical mining load in a remote and mountainous region.
Activities included the design of prime power plant, over 40 kilometers (26 miles) of transmissions lines and assessment of related land, regulatory and environmental concerns.
6.5 MW Gas Compression Station
Aperion provided power for a gas compression facility in West Texas. Power is generated by an array of 1MW Waukesha 7042 generators
burning natural gas.
42 MW Grid Stabilization
Aperion provided power for a grid stabilization project supporting overloaded infrastructure. 42 MW of distributed gas generation was provided to permit load balancing and immediate stabilization of brownout and blackout conditions. Full SCADA control and monitoring installed to permit system-wide oversight.
1 MW Agricultural
Aperion provided 1 MW of prime power to an agricultural facility. Power is generated from five 200KW Caterpillar generators running on digester gas from the cattle’s effluent. Co-generated heat is harvested from the engine exhaust and jacket water to provide heat for the digesters and cattle comfort in the winter.
2 MW Oilfield Power
Aperion provided power to a gas processing facility in West Texas. Power user was unable to secure electric power delivery from the utility due to construction constraints and unfavorable lead times. Power generated using five synchronized 400KW caterpillar generators running on natural gas from the plant.
600 KW Oilfield Power
Aperion provided power to a gas processing facility in West Texas. Customer was unable to secure electric power delivery from the power company due to construction constraints and unfavorable lead times. Power is generated using one 600KW caterpillar generator running on natural gas from the gas plant.
2.4 MW Offshore Power
Aperion provided power for an oil production facility off the coast of Cameroon, West Africa. Customer required electric power to run
pumping and downhole equipment for offshore production facilities. Power provided by an array of 400KW generators specified
for use offshore in a Class 1 Divison 2 environment.