Press kit: Scania at Middle East Electricity

Press kit: Scania at Middle East Electricity

Scania will showcase its broad range of reliable and fuel-efficient power generation solutions at the Middle East Electricity (MEE) trade show in Dubai.

Scania’s power generation solutions range from 250 to 770 kVA. On display at MEE are Scania’s genset SG770, which is powered by Scania’s tried and tested 16.4-litre V8 engine.

Following an increasing demand for solutions fuelled by natural gas and biogas, Scania will also be showing its gas-fuelled 16.4-litre V8 engine for power generation which was introduced in early 2016. The solution is already running on installations in different parts of the world.

In addition to gas, Scania also offers engines that can run on alternative fuels, including HVO and biodiesel.

“Our range includes solutions for different emission levels and different fuel types,” says Joel Granath, Head of Scania Engines. “We continuously expand our product portfolio to meet different customer demands and emission legislations.”

Scania’s engines also boast market-leading power-to-displacement ratios, resulting in compact installations. One example of this is Scania’s 13-litre fuel-optimised bestin-class engine for power output up to 550 kVA, which will also be on display at MEE.

The products are all part of Scania’s modular system, which provides parts that are tried and tested and built in large series, drawing on the company’s experience in truck and bus as well as in industrial and marine applications. The products share components, parts and service, thus ensuring high availability and access to fast and reliable service from more than 1,900 Scania service points worldwide.

For further information, please contact:

Nayane Godoi,
Global Product Manager for Power Generation engines and Scania Gensets, Scania Engines
Tel: +46 8 553 71770   E-mail:

Anders Liss,
Vice President Sales, Scania Engines
Tel: + 46 8 553 70525  E-mail:

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