Finnish energy group Wartsila has won multiple contracts in the international market. It will supply 13 natural gas engines and performance-related equipment for the Sumbagut-2 peaking power plant in North Sumatra, Indonesia, providing an output of around 240 MW. It has also signed its first asset management agreement for a solar photovoltaic power plant, and will be responsible for the operations and maintenance of the Essakane plant in the Sahel region of Burkina Faso. The solar plant is owned by Essakane Solar SAS, part of EREN Renewable Energy, and shares a control system with a thermal power plant (TPP), which runs on Wartsila’s heavy fuel oil engines. Further, it will supply engineering and equipment deliveries for two baseload power plants to Iranian energy companies BaranNirooBeshel Company and TaminNirooSaam Company. The BaranNirooBeshel Company’s plant will be located in Savadkoh in Mazandaran province, and will consist of three gas engines with an output of 29 MW, whereas the plant owned by the TaminNirooSaam Company will be located in Tabriz, and will consist of two gas engines with a total output of 19 MW. Both plants together will serve approximately 100,000 households and other small industries in the area.