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Siemens Energy to build 1.7GW combined-cycle plant in Brazil

Gás Natural Açu has ordered a turnkey combined cycle power plant from Siemens energy, to be built at Port of Açu in Rio de Janeiro.

EDF consortium wins tender for combined cycle plant in Uzbekistan

A consortium of EDF, Nebras Power and Sojitz Corporation has won a tender to build a combined cycle gas turbine power plant in the Uzbekistan’s Syrdarya region.

Siemens Energy receives certification for ‘H2-Ready’ power plant

Siemens Energy has received the certification for its “H2-Ready” power plant concept, the first manufacturer worldwide to receive the new certification from TÜV SÜD.

El Salvador shifts to cleaner energy with Wärtsilä floating regasification unit

Wärtsilä has announced the installation and successful operation of a Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) in El Salvador.


Siemens AG has received a contract from National Power of Britain to build a 1,350-MW combined-cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power station at Didcot in Oxforshire, England. With a thermal efficency of approximately 56 percent, this will be the largest and most efficient plant in National Power`s portfolio.

Combined cycle plant for Mexico

ABB Alstom Power has won a turnkey engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract worth Euro250m ($266m), for Unit III of the Rosarito power plant, 22 km south of Tijuana, Mexico. The new unit scheduled for completion by July 2001 will increase the total output of the plant by 540 MW to 1170 MW.

Combined cycles meet the market need

Raw demand for large amounts of capacity will require quick addition of gas turbine combined-cycle plants

Combined Cycle Technology: A standard for flexibility

Power plant developers today demand speed, flexibility and short response times to meet the increasingly competitive demands of the market. Can a reference plant design with standardized components meet these needs?

Combined cycle on-site plant in Belgium

A 420 MW on-site power development is to be constructed at a chemicals plant in Tessenderlo, Belgium.


The Huntstown power station is the first independent combined cycle gas turbine power project to be developed in Ireland following deregulation of the electricity market. The 343 MW plant will start operating in 2002.