Salt Lake City Olympic committee appoints official power supplier

The company operates an equipment depot in West Jordan. It will engineer systems at Olympic sites to distribute enough electricity to power a city of more than two million people. Aggreko will also assure that Olympic coverage can be carried to remote areas by means of generators. Power systems installed will be portable and temporary.

ORLANDO, Fla., Nov. 14, 2000 (PRNewswire) – Agreements totaling more than $2 billion to supply equipment and services for new power plants, including $1.5 billion for projects in Brazil, were announced today by GE Power Systems at Power-Gen International 2000, one of the world’s largest conferences for the power industry. GE also announced the first two applications of its new, “power plant on wheels.”

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