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Skoda Power Turbines To Be Used In Turkey Power Plant

Posted on October 4, 2010

Skoda Power has received a contract to deliver three 133 MW Skoda steam turbines with 3S Enerji ve Maden A.S. for a power plant in Cankiri, Turkey, worth about US$82.1 million (€60 million).

Skoda Power will also supply an electrical generator, control system, condensing and regenerative system, piping, electrical parts and technical advisory services during installation and commissioning of each of the three condensing steam turbines with axial condenser output.

All three units are scheduled to go online within three years. A portion of the generated energy will be distributed by Yildizlar Holding, the Turkish investor of the power plant, through its recently privatized Osmangazi network.

The inauguration ceremony for the thermal power plant took place on Sept. 1, 2010. Yildizlar Holidng will cover the complete chain of activities, from coal mining through electricity generation and distribution to the end customers, according to the company.

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