APR Energy, the temporary power supplier floated in London in 2011 by Punch Taverns founder Hugh Osmond to rival Glasgow-based industry giant Aggreko, has won contracts in Indonesia and Oman.
Ahead of today’s annual general meeting (AGM), APR said that, together, the two contracts would require 72MW of power to be supplied by diesel generators.
So far this year, the company has sealed deals to supply 353MW of power, compared with 284MW during the opening period in 2012.
Chief executive John Campion said: “Our group strategy remains unchanged; APR Energy continues to target strong year-to-year revenue growth and remains committed to improving the utilisation of our diesel fleet.
“Today’s new contracts demonstrate that our highly fuel-efficient diesel engines position us very well to compete for new fast-track power contracts, providing fuel savings that help drive an overall lower cost to the customer.”