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Siemen’s Built Hungarian Power Plant Inaugurated

Posted on June 28, 2011

The Gönyü combined cycle power plant in Hungary was inaugurated on June 27. The plant, built by Siemens Energy for E.ON on a turnkey basis, started commercial operation on May 12.

The plant is located in northwest Hungary in the vicinity of the city of Györ. With a net capacity of 430 MW, the plant can supply more than 600 000 households with electricity. In addition to turnkey erection, Siemens supplied the main components, which include an SGT5-4000F gas turbine, an SST5-5000 steam turbine, an SGEN 5-3000W generator, and the entire electrical and I&C equipment. The natural-gas-fired power plant is of single-shaft design with the main components arranged on a single line of shafting.

The plant, which has an efficiency rating of more than 59%, as well as low nitrogen oxide emissions, is also characterized by high operating flexibility, short startup and fast cycling capability, Siemens said.

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