Supreme Group Wins Site Services Contract for Mongolia’s First Wind Farm Project

Renewable Energy Project Developed and Operated by Clean Energy in Collaboration With Mongolian Government, International Development Organizations and Private Sector

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The wind farm is a flagship development for Mongolia’s renewable energy sector; and we are delighted to have the opportunity to work with Clean Energy on this project, especially as sustainability is one of our core values.
Reston, Virginia (PRWEB) January 27, 2014
Supreme Group, a global leader in the provision of end to end supply chain solutions in challenging environments around the world, has been awarded a twelve-month contract to provide catering, cleaning, laundry and security services for Mongolia’s first wind farm project. The contract was awarded by Clean Energy, a joint venture among Newcom Group,General Electric (GE), European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) andNetherlands Development Bank (FMO).
Located 70 kilometers south of Mongolia’s capital Ulaanbaatar, the Salkhit Wind Farm is a landmark project established by the private sector with support from the Mongolian Government and international development organizations. The project aims to improve living conditions in Mongolia through the production of electricity by a local, clean and renewable energy resource. The 50 megawatt facility uses 31 GE turbines and will annually offset around 180,000 tons of CO² emissions; reduce coal usage by 122,000 tons; and save 1.6 million tons of fresh water. The power generated by the project will service customers connected to the central grid in Mongolia; a country in which energy demand has been increasing by eight per cent annually over the past few years.
“The wind farm is a flagship development for Mongolia’s renewable energy sector; and we are delighted to have the opportunity to work with Clean Energy on this project, especially as sustainability is one of our core values,” said Stephen Orenstein, Principal, Supreme Group. “We are committed to local economic development and in particular to national sourcing and creating local employment opportunities, so we have hired a team of local employees and Mongolian suppliers to work with us as part of our Mongolia First Program. Since commencing operations in Mongolia in 2012, we have focused on providing world-class support services to help further develop the Mongolian mining and energy industry,” Orenstein added.
Supreme provides end to end supply chain, construction and site service solutions in Mongolia including the South Gobi region, with specialized skills in construction, food supply and site services. In addition to the Clean Energy project, Supreme also provides food supply and camp services to workers in a road construction camp in the South Gobi Desert, which is a contract awarded by one of Mongolia’s largest industrial holding companies.
Since 1957 Supreme has delivered logistics support in some of the world’s most remote and hostile locations. The company’s integrated capabilities include procurement, transportation, construction, storage, technology and full site services. For more information about Supreme, visit http://www.supreme-group.net
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About Supreme Group:
Founded in 1957, Supreme Group is a global leader in the provision of end-to-end supply chain solutions to defense, government, and commercial sector clients around the world. For more than fifty years, the company has provided critical, life-sustaining services that empower clients to accomplish missions in challenging and austere environments.
Supreme offers a unique breadth of capabilities – ranging from procurement, transportation and storage through to technology and full site services. Today, its legacy of proven and trusted performance in challenging environments spans more than fifty years; covering 30 nations across five continents.
Supreme has a long history of supporting international organizations and governments. Its current clients include the United Nations (UN), the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and leading military forces including the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and the U.K. Ministry of Defence (MoD). Over the years, the company has also partnered with many commercial clients.
The Group’s excellent reputation is built on the key strengths of delivering where others cannot; implementing rapid response solutions; and creating fully integrated supply chain solutions.
As a socially responsible organization, Supreme Group strives to maintain the highest standards of ethics and integrity across its operations at all times. It is committed to respecting people and the environment; nurturing community development; implementing sustainable business practices; and giving back to the communities in which it operates.
More information on Supreme Group can be found by visiting http://www.supreme-group.net.
For other information, please contact:
Carissa Crowley
External Communications Manager
Supreme Group
Business Mobile: +971 (0) 56 6819085 (UAE)
carissa.crowley(at)supreme-group(dot)net
Victoria Frost
Director of Corporate Development, Marketing & Communications
Supreme Group
Business Mobile: +971 (0) 56 6832123 (UAE)
victoria.frost(at)supreme-group(dot)net
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