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Discover our range of fully-tailored engineering and rotor solutions, including component repair, optimization and upgrades, replacement parts, and field services for power generation.
Improving your performance
As an independent service provider, we have the flexibility to respond rapidly to solve your power generation challenges, employing practical solutions with services that will reliably improve the performance of your critical assets, across your entire value chain.
With solutions tailored to the specific needs of the power generation sector, we enable you to dynamically increase your efficiency while offering the flexibility to reduce your risk and environmental impact on your own terms.
Our experience in Power Generation
A Trusted Partner
With over 40 years of experience in the Power Generation sector, EthosEnergy has established itself as a trusted partner for critical rotating equipment all over the world.
Plants we serve
+ Natural Gas
+ Hydro Energy
+ Nuclear Plant (Control System & Steam Turbine)
+ Waste to Energy
+ Wind / Solar Farm (Transformers)
Areas of expertise
+ Simple Cycle
+ Combined Cycle
+ Mobile Power Plant
+ Grid Equipment (Transformers)
Our power generation case studies
See examples of how we have delivered real world results in our power generation case studies and discover what we can do for you.
Because we partner with you to offer quality services, we’re with you for the entire life cycle of your operation to enable future predictability and extend plant capability to respond to fluctuating demand.
EthosEnergy took the time to understand our key drivers … and tailored a solution accordingly.
Turning on potential
Whether you have a question about our services or capabilities, or how we can help you solve a challenge, we'd love to hear from you.
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