BALTIMORE, Maryland and GIBSONIA, Pennsylvania – March 4, 2022 – Curtis Power Solutions, a subsidiary of Indel Power Group, announced that it has acquired Gibsonia, Pennsylvania based Alternative Power Sources, Inc. (APS), a power generation sales and service provider located near Pittsburgh, PA, serving western Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia.
Effective January 1, 2022, Rolls-Royce Power Systems has awarded Curtis Power Solutions (CPS) the entire state of Pennsylvania and the western region of New York for mtu power generation sales and service.
Our three-part series of Rolls-Royce white papers concludes with a look at microgrid and distributed generation projects utilizing intelligent control systems.
The annual mtu Power Generation Symposium made a triumphant, in-person return this fall with a variety of educational sessions and social events that made this year’s event a rousing success.
On July 1st, Curtis Power Solutions, LLC celebrated its first anniversary, marking the successful merger of Curtis Engine & Equipment Co., Inc. (Curtis Engine) with Western Branch Diesel LLC’s Power Generation Division.
Our three-part series of Rolls-Royce white papers continues with a look at microgrid and distributed generation projects incorporating battery storage with multiple energy sources, including renewables.
Chapter 7 of the National Fire Protection Association Standard 110 (NFPA 110), entitled “Installation and Environmental Considerations,” provides minimum installation requirements for backup power systems in critical applications. It applies to new and existing Emergency Power Supply Systems (EPSS), providing certain minimum standards recognized as essential for successful EPSS operation where a power outage would create a life safety risk.
Consulting engineers who want to further educate themselves about microgrid and distributed generation projects have a valuable resource in the form of a three-part series of white papers from Rolls-Royce, manufacturer of mtu generator sets and full-system solutions. Microgrids are one of the many ways Rolls-Royce is decreasing reliance on conventional energy sources to bring us closer to a decarbonized, healthier planet.
The Covid-19 pandemic, with its new norm of social distancing, has made it a challenge to conduct generator set factory acceptance tests in person. Fortunately, for the past several months, Rolls-Royce has made it possible to virtually “witness” the testing of mtu equipment from nearly anywhere in the world.
The Raleigh-Durham metro area is one of the fastest growing markets in North Carolina and America. Fredericksburg, VA is experiencing its own boom, with accelerated growth expected when the Fredericksburg Extension brings the I-95 HOV/HOT lanes to the city next year. To support this growing need for critical infrastructure and backup power, Curtis Power Solutions has opened two new offices to provide power generation hubs that better serve customers in these regions.