RJE were recently in Canberra to address Senior Myanmar Government officials on the work we have undertaken in Myanmar plus present our plans for the future of our Myanmar operations. Many thanks to AustCham Myanmar and in particular Jodi Weedon and H.E U Tha Aung Nyun for facilitating this meeting and special thanks to H.E Kyaw Tin, H.E Thaung Tun and H.E Nicholas Coppel for their attendance and contributions. Here’s hoping this is the first of many such Bilateral Business Forums #rjemyanmar#rjeglobal #smarterengineering
RJE continuing our great work with helping the people in Myanmar with Fast Power solutions. Follow the link to read the Government write up about RJE’s Myanmar Works.
Hume is a 58MW hydro power station located at Hume Dam, the second largest dam in NSW, on the Murray River upstream from Albury-Wodonga. It was commissioned in 1957 and comprises two 29MW turbines. RJE were engaged to replace the existing 1950’s 66KV switchyard that feeds into the Victorian electricity grid via Wodonga. RJE delivered 2 x pre-manufactured 66KV switching skid assemblies to minimise outage durations and streamline the brownfield installation process. The adjacent 132kV NSW feeder switchyard was maintained for generation during the outage which added to the numerous Brownfield site challenges. RJE’s diverse skilled network of employees all worked closely to deliver this project to minimise delays for the client and overcome some challenging Brownfield site obstacles.
1st field installation in the world of GE’s new TM2500 Gen8 dual fuel turbine generator.
A few photos from the wharf of Didipio substations