MAN Energy Solutions will supply three MAN 18V51/60DF dual-fuel engines with alternators and auxiliary equipment as part of an expansion of the ANIXAS power station in Walvis Bay in Namibia. For this purpose, a new power station will be built directly next to the existing facility, expanding the current generation capacity of 22.5 MW by an additional 50 MW. The power station will be operated by state-owned utility, Namibia Power Corporation (NamPower). The project is a joint venture between FK Namibia – represented by FK Generators and Equipment (International) – and the two Namibian firms, PHIM and August Twenty Six Construction. It was commissioned via an open, international bidding process for constructing the power station under an EPC turnkey contract. Once commissioned, the MAN 51/60DF engines will initially run on liquid fuel. As soon as an appropriate gas infrastructure becomes available regionally, the dual-fuel engines can seamlessly switch to operation on low-emission natural gas, while maintaining the flexibility to operate on liquid fuels should the gas supply be interrupted.