Chuuk Power Station Upgrade

The 2 new RJE supplied GE gensets & the relocated CAT gensets have been synchronised to the Chuuk Island power grid & load tested. The client’s representative will witness SAT (site acceptance testing) over the next week in preparation for a handover in mid May.
Our Nick Leach & Josh Smith have been on night shift providing operational support to the customer. Thanks guys!!  Big thanks for the work put in on the project by Mitch Pace, Dylan Johns, Brett Ricketts, Sam White, Lea Pickett & the whole RJE team that has been in country for the duration of the project. Your efforts are always greatly appreciated!!

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Let There Be Light!

A huge milestone achieved on the Chuuk project this week, the new packaged generator units have been connected and commissioned and are now supplying power to the Island.
This is a massive achievement and a credit to the team involved on the project from the initial concept through to design, manufacturing, delivery, installation and commissioning. Well done.

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The White Rock Switchroom Has Arrived!

White Rock switchroom has arrived safely on site today. Well done to all involved! The White Rock Wind Farm Project has been the first of its kind in New England Tablelands. The new electrical substation will be the main connection point of the Wind Farm to the Transgrid transmission network.

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RJE Myanmar Annual Golf Classic

RJE Myanmar recently had the privilege of hosting close to 50 people from various MOEE departments in our inaugural Annual Golf Classic. Many thanks to those who helped organise the event and congratulations to all the prize winners’ big thanks to Hyosung for co sponsoring a great day.

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Mongolian Mavericks

RJE are proud sponsors of Mongolian basketball. Attached is a photo from the second game of the tournament which the guys won 24-10. There are 24 teams which are divided into 2 divisions A & B. RJE sponsor div B. The tournament runs through to June and then the top 8 teams from each division then play off in the finals.

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All Systems Go In Chuuk

The new generators for Chuuk State were received as of January 06, 2017. It’s now time to unload and start the installation process to enable us to provide power to 14,000 locals by the end of February 2017. The current generator will become a backup generator. RJE Global would like to thank those that have worked through the Christmas period on this project.

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RJE Christmas Show

Another great Christmas Show put on for the end of 2016 by RJE Global. Special thanks to all that were involved in the preparation. A great day and night was had by the team and their families. Huge thanks to Now Global Logistics (and Kev Keeler) for an absolutely awesome band that finished off a perfect day. We wish everyone a safe Christmas and new year period

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RJE Global are off to Chuuk!

RJE’s equipment has been loaded to support the installation of the GE medium speed engines that have been packaged into Diesel Gen Sets by RJE. Outback Truckers are hot on our tails with this project delivery which will make for great TV viewing.

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EFIC Christmas Party

RJE celebrated at the EFIC Christmas Party last week at Electra House. A great evening was had by all. We would like to thank the team at EFIC for not only their hospitality on the night but also their wonderful support in 2016.
RJE Global was contracted to design, construct and commission a diesel fuel power station. The building was designed and fabricated by RJE Global in Adelaide. Under the Micronesia contract, RJE Global was required to provide a performance bond for 100 per cent of the contract value, US$6.27 million. EFIC provided the Performance Bond to that value which supported the power station upgrade in the Federated States of Micronesia. EFIC was also able to step in and provide a A$3 million Export Working Capital Guarantee, giving the company access to sufficient funding to meet the equipment delivery costs associated with an Indonesian contract that we have. Without EFIC’s support we would have been unable to access the finance we needed to undertake these two substantial projects in the Asia-Pacific which has in turn kept many South Australians employed.

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