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Power Plant Engineering at MAN is responsible for the entire engineering of power plants – from technical development to completion.
Our aim is to be the optimum partner for power plants, irrespective of category and scope of supply. We are always committed to provide high reliability with low maintenance, outstanding power supply, maximum safety and great flexibility. With the expertise and experience of our team of 300 highly qualified engineers and technicians, we offer the best solutions.
Today, demands to economy and eco-friendliness are becoming increasingly tougher. In our field we are at the forefront of technological development, and we always strive to meet your requirements to the highest quality standard.
Many of our concepts, such as the combined cycle or combined heat and power process, offer you unique advantages and are always perfectly tailored to the plant.
Whether it is a matter of equipment supply or a whole EPC project, MAN's engineering department guarantees the best possible solutions in technical terms for your systems, modules and components.
Our engineering centres, located in Germany, Canada, France, India, Russia and Australia, combine German engineering ingenuity with international knowhow, resulting in power plant technology at the highest level. Our centres make it possible for us to stay in close contact with our customer and we are available at any time.
From system engineering, through structural engineering, to electrical engineering and control systems, we have the complete setup for EPC projects available in house, making us a one-stop shop for highly efficient and innovative power plant engineering.
MAN’s own high standards and principles guarantee you first-class results and long-standing benchmark-setting quality.
Power Engineering stands for reliable expertise and innovation in power plant engineering and offers the right product for you.
All data provided on this site is for information purposes only, explicitly non-binding and subject to changes without further notice.
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