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Founded in 2002, USP&E Africa specialize in selling and installing diesel, HFO, natural gas, and renewable power stations. Today, USP&E is a premier full-service energy solutions provider with advanced capabilities in power station engineering, procurement, construction, operations, and maintenance for critical power applications worldwide.

USP&E is uniquely positioned in the West African and Sub-Saharan markets to provide design and engineering services, specializing in feasibility studies that evaluate fuel market conditions, waste heat recovery solutions, solar, and traditional power generating equipment. Resourceful, flexible, and innovative, USP&E is at the forefront of unlocking value for clients by designing fuel efficient hybrid power stations that have the lowest OpEx possible.

According to USP&E’s Marketing manager Elaine Dotson their company is a supplier of professional engineering services and equipment. They focus on providing efficient operations and maintenance services using reliable time-to-value practices and supplying the best equipment for the job.

Elaine also added that because of their unique relationship with many manufacturers, they offer their expertise in selecting the most cost-efficient and effective power equipment, while not being tied to any one particular manufacturer.

USP&E offers professional design, engineering, and EPC and O&M services focused in the West African and Sub-Saharan regions. Their expert staff has helped many clients in Ghana, Sierra Leone, Mali, Guinea, Liberia, South Africa, and Nigeria. They have representation in Dubai, Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Namibia, and South Africa.

USP&E is pleased to provide services to numerous industries, including mining, oil and gas, telecom and data centers, electrical contractors, shipping companies, equipment rental companies, general contractors, and commercial/industrial end users.

USP&E’s containerized power plant is a generator in a shipping container that runs on diesel, heavy fuel oil, or medium fuel oil. It’s an engineering marvel with a modular, scalable system and includes all auxiliary equipment.

Elaine Dotson
Marketing Department
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John Ferguson
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