ISLAMABAD - Second 'Power Ship Alican Bey of a Turkish company - KARKEY - has arrived Karachi that will support the government of Pakistan to overcome energy crisis, TheNation learnt. According to sources, the total project installed capacity will be 330MWs as compared to the contract capacity of 232 MWs, providing additional 98MWs additional capacity. They said the additional capacity would be instrumental to meet the needs of industrial sector and manufacturing units of Karachi in case of any shortfall in the coming summer. It is pertinent to mention here that the first important milestone of KARKEY rental project was achieved with the arrival of the worlds largest power ship KAYA BEY (Ship mounted power plant) to Karachi on November 17,2010. Recently, the second power ship has also reached Karachi that would ensure additional capacity to the project. Under Power of Friendship, Power of Brotherhood project and in demonstration of solidarity of Turkish investors with their brothers in Pakistan, KARKEY has dedicated an impressive installed capacity of a total 330MWs to Pakistan out of its worldwide fleet of power ships. The company official reportedly said that a specialized submersible vessel (MV STX Rose 1) from Singapore had arrived outside the port of Karachi carrying the second 'Karadeniz Powership Alican Bey (Barge mounted power plant) along with a supporting work floating platform (deck barge required for the commissioning operation of the plants). He said the first power ship had reached its final destination in Korangi Karachi and all equipments, which had been fastened and stored in sea tight conditions to avoid any technical problems during the sailing through the high waves in the open sea, were swiftly deployed and commissioned by hundreds of experts and local contractors of KARKEY. The 132kV interconnection line between Karadeniz Power Ship KAYA BEY and Karachis tallest tower was commissioned in parallel to KAR-KEYs technical experts commissioning and preparing the generator sets. KARKEY has dispatched a net electricity over 110MWs this Saturday (January 29, 2011), as an initial batch but it had to wait for the completion administrative procedures related to PEPCO and other relevant authorities to go up to full capacity, the official stated. He said while waiting for the completion of certain procedures of the various authorities of the govt to achieve full COD, KARKEY has also offered to deliver free electricity only for cost of fuel from the already commissioned parts of the power ships to contribute to the power generation in Karachi and assist in the relief of the power shortages in the fastest possible way.