Powering the BTS
The Bangkok Mass Transit System (BTS) costing approximately US$1,800 million was officially declared operational on 5th December 1999 by His Majesty, King Bumibol on his 72nd birthday.
The BTS is now one of the most important and effective form of public transportation in Bangkok which provides the solution to the chronic traffic congestion in Bangkok.
FG Wilson Asia Pte Ltd played a vital role in this prestigious and important project in supplying the power generation equipment. Comprising of 26 diesel generators with capacities ranging from 90kVA to 800kVA, which ensure the continuous supply of power throughout the entire 23km route of the BTS and its 24 stations. Each station has its own substation and here, you can find at least one FG Wilson generator set.
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