APR Energy, the temporary power specialist, has done a deal with Yemen to supply diesel engines to off-set expected supply shortages.
The 60MW contract with Yemen is the company's second contract win in less than four months in the Middle East, which it called a strategically important market.
The announcement brings APR's total new contract wins this year to 344MW and 356MW of contract renewals.
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It said its current order book stood at over 9,000 MW-months.
"Upon completion of this contract we will have fulfilled over 200MW from the Dubai Hub since its opening earlier this year," said Chief Executive John Campion.
"With this infrastructure in place we anticipate rapid and successful deployment of this latest contract win."
APR's shares rose 3% following the announcement.
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