FlexEnergy Solutions supplies lease packages at remote sites with the highest uptime power with its skidded or trailered Flex Turbine® options. Monitored and serviced by locally based service teams, critical power sites are run with the best technology by experienced technicians of the highest caliber. 24/7 monitoring, data collection and service are all included in our lease packages.
Our leases are structured to right size the project’s power capacity, helping producer’s reduce operating costs while meeting their capital and operating expense needs.
Whether under a flat monthly lease or a kWh energy generated lease, our customers receive reliable, high uptime power to run their operations and avoid flaring, venting, or wasting useful heat. With the ability to quickly modify operations, adding or removing load based on specific market conditions at their various sites, customers gain further advantages of uptime.
Several lease options are available based on the length of contract and the number of units requested.
FlexEnergy Solutions offers engineering support for our customers to support the design of electrical and gas requirements of their system.
Our base lease pricing includes all service and maintenance for leased equipment.
Additional fees are added for any referral or commission.
FlexEnergy Solutions provides options from 150 kW up to 10 MW of power at any given location.
Designed for simple site hookup, fast commissioning and durability in harsh environments, Flex Turbines are efficiently packaged for remote site deployment. Skid mounted and trailer mounted packages include:
We connect and monitor every Flex Turbine deployed. Our performance data and monitoring system collects operating data several times per second. Our top-notch service team is ready 24/7 for immediate response to alerts and shutdowns communicated by any Flex Turbine.
Operating data is collected and available for effective analysis while monitoring instruments assess overall system performance. This provides feedback on the health and operating condition of Flex Turbines and the overall site. Information on each site’s peak load and load variations (minimum to maximum) is available to the producer to optimize their operations.