USP&E Africa is a fast-growth power station engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) firm with a high-tech approach to power station service and maintenance contracts in remote parts of the world. “USP&E has literally worked all over the world and we know what it takes to manage a power station,” stated Jason Biermeier, VP of Global Development. “We bring cutting-edge web based technology to each and every power station we manage and this allows us to know and communicate in real time to our clients their fuel consumption, load characteristics, mechanical and environmental factors and critical spare parts inventory.” USP&E’s “SMARTpower: Intelligent Logistics” software is undergoing an upgrade currently and is expected to be even more instrumental in USP&E’s overall growth strategy in Africa, Asia, Australia and South America.
“We are a Dallas-based company that specializes in working with Australian mining companies with operations in Africa,” explains Will Gruver, Chief Executive of USP&E Africa. “We have clients in Asia, Africa and Australia, but a preponderance of our clients are actually headquartered in Perth, West Australia.” Though a bit unusual, this fact appears to suit Gruver and his executive leadership team quite well.
Another competitive advantage that has clients raving happy is USP&E’s proven expertise in the field of Fuel Efficiency Optimization. Utilizing a number of proprietary and recognized technologies and strategies, USP&E works with each client to upfit their power station with mass flow meters and other equipment that is thoroughly researched and designed to both maximize asset life and minimize fuel costs over the life of the equipment.
An industry leader in this field, USP&E has designed and maintained diesel generators at power stations that are saving literally millions of dollars per year in fuel costs. Given the enormous increases in fuel costs over time, leveraging USP&E’s expertise can almost completely offset the cost much of your power plant maintenance – in the savings alone.
For more information on diesel power station service and maintenance capabilities or for a list of their references in the diesel power plant Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) space, please see them online at http://www.uspowerco.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org.