Rolls-Royce to produce generator sets with MTU engines in China

Rolls-Royce to produce generator sets with MTU engines in China

Rolls-Royce’s business unit Power Systems and Shanghai Cooltech Power Co. Ltd., a leading Chinese manufacturer of power generation systems, have made a significant step forward together to strengthen their market position by forming a 50/50 joint venture.


MTU Cooltech Power Systems will produce backup generator sets powered by MTU Series 1600, 2000 and 4000 engines for applications including but not limited to hospitals, airports, mining, semiconductors, telecoms and the rapidly growing data centre market, which has recently received a significant boost from the Chinese government’s newly announced New Infrastructure development plan, a programme launched by the central government to accelerate the digital transformation of the economy.

Rolls-Royce’s business unit Power Systems and Shanghai Cooltech Power Co. Ltd. have agreed to form MTU Cooltech Power Systems: The 50/50 joint venture will produce backup generator sets powered by MTU engines in China. In the picture: Generator set with a 20V 4000 MTU engine. Der Geschäftsbereich Power Systems von Rolls-Royce und Shanghai Cooltech Power Co. Ltd. haben gemeinsam MTU Cooltech Power Systems gegründet. Das 50/50-Joint Venture wird Notstromaggregate mit MTU-Motoren in China produzieren. Im Bild: Aggregat auf Basis eines 20V-4000-MTU-Motors.

Rolls-Royce and Shanghai Cooltech Power have enjoyed a close partnership since 2013. Shanghai Cooltech Power is one of the biggest customers of the Power Systems business unit in China and has already installed nearly 1,000 MTU engines in backup generator sets. A key focus has been the telecommunications market, which will also be a major target now for the new joint venture.


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