This project is set to bring about three major successes for our customer, the first being a successful major overhaul of the GE Frame 6A, delivered and completed on time.
The second success will come from an approximately 80% cut in customer spend.
With an original budget of €14M to perform a major inspection with new parts, the customer has instead opted for repairing pre-existing GE gas turbine parts in two phases, which will reduce costs to just €3M.
A massive win for the client, and for EthosEnergy.
Reducing the spend so significantly means we could hire a Project Manager in France to oversee the project on-site, bridging the language barrier and further solidifying our communications.
The third success? The building of positive business relationships before and during this enormous project, and taking the time to understand the customer drivers within our project strategy.
And thanks to our engineers’ versatility, EthosEnergy is able to do everything including the parts, the repairs, the generator, and the field service in-house, where our competitors potentially cannot.
As a result, in 2024, France’s largest utility company will receive a refurbished Frame 6FA gas turbine, fully functional and ready to power the country once again.