Engine power plants – keeping the lights on in COVID-19 times
05 January 2021
Engine power plants often supply electricity and heat/cold to critical infrastructure such as hospitals, airports, data centres or industrial plants. Due to its compact size and installation behind closed doors, engine power plants are not very visible, but also during the crisis time of COVID-19 reliably ensured that power and/or heat was always available to those who helped to overcome the pandemic.
EUGINE , between 27 April and 8 May, highlighted the role of engine power plants in a series of social media articles and provided details on the contribution of engine power plants to the reliable energy supply of hospitals (#Engines4Hospitals), food processing industry (#Engines4Food) and data centres (#Engines4Digital). In addition, EUGINE paid tribute to staff of member companies contributing to the fight against COVID-19 by providing material to medical staff.
Should you wish to know more about the essential role of engine power plants and acts of solidarity in our sector, please just click on this link showing the case studies: #Engines4Life on Twitter