The grid relies on a fleet of aero units for backup power and stabilization in extreme cold weather conditions. Depending on temperature and humidity, many aero units are not able to overcome the extreme cold air inlet permissive to complete a starting sequence when urgently needed.
Universal Energy, a Texas owned and operated company, has successfully designed and implemented a cold weather start and winterization package, currently operating at a power plant in the Great Lakes area. Single and multiple unit installations are available to allow these units to start and operate under extreme cold conditions. Contact Universal Energy at email@example.com for more information.