Fenaka now capable of assembling 1,000 kilowatt generators

Fenaka Corporation Limited has stated it now has the expertise to assemble diesel engine generator sets ranging from 100-1,000 kilowatts.

The state-owned utility company stated its engineers have now begun assembling and installing generator sets. Fenaka stated its team of engineers, consisting of Maldivians, began assembling generator sets in an effort to further improve and expand its services.

The company began the work in June and has made successful efforts in assembling generator sets needed for six islands. The engineers assemble the generator sets at regional workshops with spare parts brought into the country. The company stated locally assembling generator sets will reduce the cost of importing spare parts and generators from abroad and will further improve its services.

Furthermore, Fenaka stated it is set to open a regional workshop in Thinadhoo, Gaafu Dhaalu Atoll, in the first quarter of next year. The company stated that the workshop will have the latest technology and resources and will become the first workshop in the country to be fully dedicated to assembling generator sets.

Fenaka is also assembling and installing reverse osmosis (RO) plants across the country and plans to expand and further improve the service.