With a strong track record of excellence in both thermal and renewable operations and maintenance, USP&E announces the award and signed contract for a 15 year O&M contract at a biomass to liquid diesel facility in Knoxville Tennessee.
USP&E successfully completed the power station upgrade at Marampa Iron Ore mine in Sierra Leone, West Africa in 2018.
USP&E successfully completed bankable and conceptual feasibility studies for numerous mining clients in 2014. Combining the efforts of our integrated power station design and feasibility study professionals in the USA, West Africa, and South Africa, USP&E saw 100% growth in this sector. In 2014, USP&E completed BFS and CFS projects for client's with operations in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Madagascar, DRC, Rwanda, Ghana, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Namibia, and Guinea. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Africa is the world’s fastest growing continent and with this has come the need for more power to drive economic growth however, presently Africa suffers a severe power deficit that has emerged as the greatest threat to meeting its economic growth into the future. An African Development Bank report estimates that only 26% of Sub-Saharan Africa’s population has access to electricity and for those who do have, the spectrum of power outages is all too common resulting in a production loss of 12.5%.Diesel power offers a stop gap as standby power or as prime power in more remote areas and the difference in the economic development gains is like the difference between night and day. During power outages, emergency backup electrical generators powered by diesel engines provide reliable, immediate and full strength electric power.Admittedly loss of power does not only occur due to power deficits but it can also be caused by natural disasters but with society’s reliance on power to operate vital technological systems such as can be found in hospitals or in other essential utilities, the need for backup power becomes all the more criticalDiesel powered generators are favored in buildings and other facilities because compared to other technologies they have quick response time and are able to start and absorb a full electrical load within ten seconds of grid power failure. Even where renewable sources such as wind or solar are preferred the diesel powered generator still comes in handy as a reliable backup for added reliability.
Check out our article in Construction Review Online:http://constructionreviewonline.com/2014/05/14/diesel-power/
USP&E announced the opening of their Johannesburg offices near Fourways, Bryanston, in order to better service their African-based clients. USP&E now has staff and offices in Texas, Sierra Leone, and South Africa.
USP&E has signed an exclusive contract and has exclusive rights to sell a new, 14MW MAN power plant that is set up to run on HFO or diesel. This HFO power plant is listed and ready to sell immediately. USP&E offers this new 14 MW MAN generator forIncludes Three Major Components in this HFO power plant:• MAN B & W 7K60MC S 14MW Recip Engine Engine Type: Low Speed, Two Stroke, Single Acting, Turbocharged, Non Reversible Diesel Engine. Built by HCP under license from MAN - Diesel A/S, Copenhagen, Denmark - Cylinder Configuratioon: In Line Type - Number of Cylinders: 7 - Speed (50Hz): 150rpm - Maximum Continous Ratng (MCR) 13860 KW• DFME GeneratorPower: 13440/16800 KW/ kVa - Rated Voltage: 11 kV • TCS Compound TurboUSP&E offers turnkey engineering, procurement and construction services in emerging markets, with a specialty in used Coal power stations, Gas turbine power stations (running on diesel, gas and HFO), renewable options, and HFO power plants. With a vision of being the most trusted supplier of energy equipment and O&M services in rapid growth economies, USP&E works wherever you are located to ensure you have the best results possible. We offer power station IPP, power plant BOOT, and other financing options as well. Please call us at 888-515-8773 or email us at email@example.com today!
Hosted by Jay Leno, executives from USP&E Global in Dallas Texas received the Entrepreneur of the Year National Finalist Award at the EOY Gala on November 18, 2012. Sponsored by Ernst & Young, SAP and the Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurship, 220 regional US finalists spent the week in Palm Springs California at the Annual Strategic Growth Forum at the JW Marriott Spa & Resort. "I am so proud of our team", stated Will Gruver, CEO and President. "This award is based upon our growth and the difference we are making in the world from 2009-2011. While 2012 has had its challenges, I am thrilled that we continuing to expand our base of expertise with new projects in Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Guatemala, Panama and Liberia", stated Gruver.
Read more here: http://www.ey.com/US/en/About-us/Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneur-Of-The-Year/US_EOY_Article_The_Road_to_Palm_Springs_Gruver
Since its founding more than three decades ago, the Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship has continuously developed innovative courses and programs to help individuals keep pace with the dynamic, rapidly changing field of entrepreneurship. The Institute currently offers more than 18 custom-designed courses to give students the skills and knowledge necessary to launch and manage successful entrepreneurial ventures. Additionally, the institute sponsors the Dallas SMU Cox School of Business 100 Competition and Annual Awards.
This year USP&E was the recipient of the Top Ten Finalist award, ranking #7 overall. See http://www.cox.smu.edu/web/caruth-institute/winners for more information. USP&E: Powering Business. Empowering People.
The year 2012 has been a great one for the USP&E team and its founder and CEO Will Gruver who was honored by a number of organizations for his leadership skills, entrepreneurial vision, character and commitment to serving the community in which he lives and serves. Among the many honors that Gruver received was the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in the Environmental & Construction Category for the Southwest Area North region. He was selected to be a part of the 2012 class for the Dallas Business Journal’s 40 Under Forty. The Presbyterian Communities and Services Foundation chose Gruver as a 2012 Each Moment Matters Award Recipient. Inc. Magazine, one of the largest business publications in the United States, selected USP&E to be a part of its “Inc. 500” list, which recognizes the top 500 fastest-growing private companies in the United States. The honors are an open display of Gruver’s character, compassion and integrity as a leader. The USP&E team credits the company’s positive recognition and growth to their commitment to clarity, consistency and respect for one another, their clients and vendors.“We have recently won several national and regional awards, and it’s a great feeling as my team has worked so hard on behalf of USP&E to make a meaningful difference in the world,” Gruver says. “After ten years of this, it feels that we are just beginning. The future looks very bright.” Please click here for our INC500 Photo Spread: http://www.inc.com/magazine/201209/issie-lapowsky/will-gruver-of-usp-e-global-giving-power-to-the-people.html