Grupel supplies energy to the ÉvoraShopping project

Grupel supplies energy to the ÉvoraShopping project

Grupel develops power generation solutions for the most diverse segments from which we highlight the civil construction, industrial, telecommunications, residential and commercial, petroleum, etc. In the commercial sector we feature here the successful implementation of two industrial generators with combined power of about 1000kVA for a reference project in the interior of Alentejo (Portugal).

Grupel SA was thus the company selected, through an installation company, to supply the power generators that will serve the supplementary energy needs of the new ÉvoraShopping shopping center, a commercial investment project of more than 60 million euros, scheduled to open this year in the city of Évora.

This shopping center has 20,000m2 of construction area spread over two floors and is the first shopping center type investment of the company Ares Capital in Portugal.

According to the promoter of the project, this new shopping center will have about 70 stores and five movie theaters, as well as a supermarket, a diverse food court and a parking area with more than 930 individual parking spaces.

For this project, Grupel has supplied two three-phase generators, with 700kVA and 275kVA that will operate in emergency mode.

The 275kVA diesel generator was equipped with:

  • Doosan engine model P126TI-2;
  • Stamford UCDI274K alternator;
  • Soundproof canopy model Grupel 3800II.

The 700kVA diesel generator was equipped with:

  • Doosan DP180LB model engine;
  • Stamford alternator model HCI544F;
  • Soundproof canopy model Grupel 4500II.

To guarantee the availability of the equipment, the 250kVA generator was equipped with a 550-liter fuel tank and the 700kVA generator was equipped with an 800-liters fuel tank.

Grupel is proud to have its share of participation in a project that focuses on the economic development of the Portuguese interior, in this investment that will deliver commercial spaces with such diverse areas destined to accommodate not only large commercial chains but also small local businesses.

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