Global Power

PE Energy’s Global Power platform leverages the depth of experience of our engineers and the capacity of our OEMs. At a time when global power producers are struggling to meet the unparalleled demand for electricity for domestic, commercial and industrial consumers of power. Our Global Power division provides innovative and affordable power solutions across Africa’s entire power Industry value chain.

As we continue to provide turnkey solutions in biomass plants needed to consume agricultural and municipal waste, our expertise has extended to the procurement of spares for


  • Plant Equipment
  • Power Project Development
  • Annual Maintenance Contracts
  • Long Term Service Agreements
  • Plant Service and Maintenance.

Considering how vital the power industry is to the growth of Nigeria’s economy, the country seeks to optimize its vast natural resources and highly skilled workforce to unlock the energy potential. PE Energy Limited has been playing a key role since its inception in 2009 in supporting power generating companies through essential products and services to power generating stations in Nigeria, including simple cycle gas turbine plant, combined cycle gas turbine power plant and steam power plant. Other services that we render are:

  • Vibration analysis of all rotation equipment
  • Laser shaft alignment
  • Infrared thermo graphic inspection/survey
  • Lube oil analysis
  • Certification and supply of all valves
  • Supply of all field instruments
  • Procurement and installation of condition monitoring tools and systems
  • Supply of steam turbines, boilers, water treatment plant equipment and balance of plant equipment
  • Validation and maintenance of plant equipment
  • Re-engineering and reverse engineering of rotating machinery parts
  • Repairs, retrofit and re-blading of steam turbines of any make, any size and any age

Being a renowned company for excellence, integrity and professionalism, PE Energy continuously proffers solutions that enable the African continent to unleash its economic potentials through the development of both renewable and conventional energy resources.