Diesel Power Plants in the Republic of the Marshall Islands
Ebeye
Location: Marshall Islands
Operator: Kwajalein Atoll Joint Utility Resource (KAJUR)
Configuration: 2 X 2.6 MW engines, 1 X 3.6 MW 3612 engine, 1 X 550 kW 399 engine, 4 X 1.1 MW engines
Operation: 1987-2000
Fuel: diesel oil
E/G supplier: Enterprise, Brush, Caterpillar, Cunmins
Quick facts: This is the main power plant serving the densely-populated southern end of Kwajalein Atoll. Some of the engines are out-of-service.

Photograph courtesy of Marshalls Energy Co
Posted 20 Oct 2007

Majuro
Location: Marshall Islands
Operator: Marshalls Energy Co
Configuration: 4 X 4.27 MW 10PC2.5V400 engines, 1 X 3.35 MW 3616 engine, 2 X 6.4 BW BV16M640 engines
Operation: 1982-1999
Fuel: diesel oil
E/G supplier: SEMT, Caterpillar, Deutz, ABB
Quick facts: This is the main power plant in the Marshall Islands located on Dalap Island, part of Majuro Atoll. Faced with continuing load growth and heavy demands on the existing plant, MEC ordered Majuro’s Plant No 2 from Deutz Australia Pty Ltd in 1996. The two engines were originally designed to have desalination capability.

Photograph courtesy of Marshalls Energy Co
Posted 6 Nov 2002

Rong Rong
Location: Marshall Islands
Operator: Marshalls Energy Co
Configuration: 2 X 60 kW DP60P3 engines
Operation: 2003
Fuel: diesel oil
E/G supplier: Caterpillar
Quick facts: These containerized engines are in Cat's Olympian line.

Photograph courtesy of Marshalls Energy Co
Posted 20 Oct 2007

   
  Wotje
Location: Marshall Islands
Operator: Marshalls Energy Co
Configuration: 2 X 275 kW UD25L06SD5 engines
Operation: 2003
Fuel: diesel oil
E/G supplier: Wartsila, Baylor
Quick facts: A pair of similar machines were installed in 1991 on Jaluit.

Photograph courtesy of Marshalls Energy Co
Posted 20 Oct 2007

 

Abbreviations

Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base

Updated 25-Nov-2015

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