We have completed a generator installation at the new £14m energy centre at the University Hospital of North Tees in Stockton-on-Tees.
DTGen supplied two FG Wilson 2,500kVA standby rated sets for continuous parallel operation, complete with a frontend control suite for multiple mains parallel operation. The system is designed on an N+1 basis with both sets initially connecting to load and then shedding back to a duty set.
The sets are designed with a 65dba plant room installation, with both sets running, as well as daily service tanks and fuel transfer to comply with HTM (health technical memoranda).
In addition to the equipment supplied by DTGen, the new energy centre, that sits within the busy existing hospital estate, will house a new primary intake substation, combined heat and power system, PV system, boiler plant, oil fuel storage and distribution, water storage and associated mechanical and electrical infrastructure. All of this is controlled for load shed via the DTG control suite.
Jon Crank, pre-contract manager in NG Bailey’s Engineering division, said: “The completion of the infrastructure upgrade will be a fundamental milestone in the regeneration of the University Hospital of North Tees site. The new energy centre will be more reliable, more energy efficient and more environmentally friendly.”
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