TOM is both a supplier of power generation products to the open market and an Independent Power Producer (IPP) Company interested to partake in Power Producing Agreements (PPA).
TOM’s current power generating units and systems consist of;

  • Portable Power Modules (PPM)
  • Modular Power Plant (MPP)
  • Modular Power Plant – Floating Storage Regasification Unit (MPP-FSRU)
  • Hybrid Plant (HP) & Renewable Plant (RP)
  • Thermal Power Plant (TPP)


TOM’s Portable Power Modules (PPM) are durable, containerized power producing generators. TOM’s synchronizing power management design allows seamless integration between several sources of energy (i.e. wind and solar) or simply as a bank of power generation modules working together to reach the target load output. A single PPM can provide an output of 1.8MW and run on either diesel, gas or dual fuel.


Hybrid Power (HPP) & Renewable Power Plant (RPP)

TOM’s Power division utilizes technology leading products from the Wind and Solar-PV industry to offer clients hybrid or 100% renewable power solutions. For hybrid solutions, TOM pairs suitable renewable technology with conventional power solutions to ensure stable and efficient power is provided. For complete renewable power solutions TOM teams up with international leading product suppliers to offer a complete integratable power solution.



TOM’s Modular Power Plant (MPP) systems provide efficient and optimal fabrication and installation time-frames. Designed with conventional transportation limits in mind, each module or (sub-assembly) can be transported  economically to site. MPP's can be configured to produce a power output of between 30-150MW. the systems are made up of single or dual gas turbine arrangements with Exhaust Heat Recovery System (EHRS) and steam turbine for greater efficiency.



TOM’s Thermal Power Plant (TPP) system is based upon proven thermal technology. The TPP can be configured to produce a power output of between 30-150MW. The design takes into account Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Serviceability (RAMS), for this consideration, the boiler maker system combined with a steam turbine is the optimal arrangement for producing electricity.

The continuous supply of burning fuel is a major factor during the operation of any power plant. By selecting a boil / steam power concept the total system inherently gains a wider range of fuel sources.


TOM’s MPP-FSRU is an entirely self-sufficient, mobile power producing plant. The system comprises of three main units, electricity production, LNG storage and regasification. By combining all three elements the MPP-FSRU can be deployed to any nearshore location across the globe and immediately commence to supply electricity to the grid. The MPP-FSRU allows for direct receiving of burning fuel (LNG) from an LNG carrier to the MPP-FSRU.


independent power producer (IPP)

For a power plant to operate the business model must be commercially viable to all parties involved. The Government’s objective is to purchase affordable and sustainable electricity whilst mitigating financial exposure to themselves. The Consumer’s objective is to source cost-effective power to operate their businesses and sustain their way of living and TOM’s objective is to produce reliable power at a competitive rate.

The key factors for TOM when entering into a Power Purchasing Agreement (PPA) are;

  • Long-term Contract Agreement
  • Suitable location to operate from
  • Safe connection to TOM’s plant

In return, TOM will provide;

  • An agreed upon Contract Capacity
  • Operate and maintain the power plant
  • Procure and transport the required burning fuel - if required
  • Provide all the required CAPEX to facilitate the legal obligations of the PPA