Thai CHP boost for GDF Suez

The newly merged energy giant GDF Suez is expanding its cogeneration business in Thailand, developing two new projects located in the Map Ta Phut industrial area.

A 382 MW gas-fired plant, which started construction in August, and a 115 MW coal-fired plant, which is due to start commercial operations at the end of 2009, will be developed by GDF Suez subsidiary Glow Energy.

Nearly 70% of the total electricity and steam output of the gas-fired cogeneration plant capacity and 100% of the coal-fired plant capacity has already been contracted by major industrial customers.

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