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TURNKEY. A person under the superintendence of a jailor, whose employment is to open and fasten the prison doors and to prevent the prisoners from escaping.
     2. It is his duty to use due diligence, and he may be punished for gross neglect or willful misconduct in permitting prisoners to escape.

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AETI will provide White Cliffs Pipeline with three turnkey power distribution packages that include medium voltage switchgear, customer furnished medium voltage variable frequency drives, motor control centers (MCCs) and a central power distribution center.
The project is builds on AFP Energy's previous work in Oman which saw it design, install, and commission a fast-track, turnkey power plan to provide 24MW of peak demand backup power via Muscat Electricity Distribution Co (MEDC).
The company intends to not only deliver turnkey power plants to Caribbean countries using renewable energy sources, such as sun and wind, but that they will also generate jobs locally, in terms of unit commissioning and subsequent maintenance.
Turnkey power and automation solution to support increasing demand for drinking water
APR Energy specializes in the sale of reliable and efficient electricity through the rapid deployment of Customized Turnkey Power Solutions globally.
Contract Awarded for supply a turnkey power plant for Saudi Arabia.
In Oman, APR Energy designed, installed, and commissioned a fast-track, turnkey power plant to provide 24MW (33kV) of peak demand backup power via MEDCO, one of the Sul[logical not]tanate's electricity distribution companies.
The company initially intends to not only deliver turnkey power plants to Caribbean countries using renewable energy sources, such as sun and wind, but that they will also generate jobs locally, in terms of engineering, unit commissioning and subsequent maintenance.
It took us into Latin America and exposed us to the mining industry and was our first demonstrable turnkey power project at scale.
SES's founders were the current senior management led by Mr Walid Ishak and Mr Ghassan Ayoub and Sakr Holding, a group of companies specialising in manufacturing power generation sets as well as implementation of turnkey power projects.
The project will thus combine Alstom s experience in the field of turnkey power plants and key power equipment, such as steam turbines and solar receiver steam generators, with BrightSource s advanced solar field technology.
The company is excited not only to deliver turnkey power plants using renewable energy sources, such as sun and wind, to Caribbean countries but that will also generate jobs locally, in terms of their commissioning and subsequent maintenance.