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Siemens Combined-cycle Plant for Germany

Posted on May 6, 2005

The Siemens Power Generation Group (PG) has secured a contract from Trianel Power Kraftwerk Hamm-Uentrop GmbH & Co. KG of Aachen, Germany, to construct a new combined-cycle power plant in Hamm-Uentrop, located in the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia. Total investment for the project US$513 million, and is owned by municipal utilities from Germany, the Netherlands and Austria. The plant is to be completed by fall 2007.

The plant will comprise two identical-design units, each with an electrical output of approximately 400 megawatts and an electrical efficiency of approximately 57.5%. The PG scope of supply includes turnkey construction of the power plant, consisting of two gas turbines and two steam turbines, the associated generators, all mechanical equipment with one HRSG for each unit, as well as electrical and I&C systems. In addition, Siemens has a long-term contract with Tri-anel for maintenance and repair of the plant.

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