Power Generation

Title Issue
GE Continues Powerful Partnership

GE Continues Powerful Partnership

GE signed a nearly US$700 million contract with Saudi Electricity Co. (SEC) to bring additional F-class combined-cycle gas turbines, and associated equipment and services, to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

November 2013
Powered Up In Peru

Powered Up In Peru

Siemens Energy has commissioned the Santo Domingo de los Olleros simple-cycle power plant in Peru after only 19 months of construction.

November 2013
Centrax Success In Russia

Centrax Success In Russia

U.K. power-generation packaging company Centrax has sold two 5.2 MW CX501-KB7 gas turbine sets to Russia’s General Energy Solutions (GES).

November 2013
Helping The Games Begin

Helping The Games Begin

Two GE LMS100-PB aeroderivative gas turbines have entered commercial operation at the Dzhubginskaya thermal power plant in the Russian region of Krasnodar.

November 2013
Turnkey CHP In Poland

Turnkey CHP In Poland

Siemens Energy will build a turnkey combined heat and power plant in Gorzów, a city in western Poland, for investor Polish energy utility PGE GiEK S.A.

November 2013

Building Blocks In The Sandbox

MAN Diesel & Turbo has received an order from the United Cement Industrial Co. to build a power plant in Saudi Arabia.

November 2013
Bigger Isn’t Always Better

Bigger Isn’t Always Better

GE announced an agreement with Footprint Power to provide Salem Harbor Station in Massachusetts, U.S.A., with a combined-cycle 674 MW natural gas facility to replace the existing coal and oil-fired power facility.

November 2013
Better By The Dozen

Better By The Dozen

The Verhnebakanskiy Cement Plant in Novorossiysk, Russia, is expanding its 44.3 MW on-site natural gas power plant by installing a 12th Jenbacher J624 gas engine from GE.

October 2013
Cogen Plant Online

Cogen Plant Online

Siemens Energy announced that the cogeneration plant in Lubmin, Germany, has been officially inaugurated.

October 2013
Contract For Indonesia Power

Contract For Indonesia Power

Wärtsilä has been contracted to supply the engineering and equipment for a new 184 MW power plant under construction in Indonesia.

October 2013