MAN Diesel completes Senegal combined-cycle plant

MAN Diesel and Turbo has completed a diesel combined cycle power plant in Senegal that is expected to provide the equivalent of 15 per cent of the country’s current electricity consumption.

The 96 MW plant operates with five MAN 18V48/60 engines and a MAN MARC steam turbine. The waste heat from the engines powers the steam turbine, which in turn generates 6.6 MW of electricity.MAN Diesel completes Senegal plant

It is the second plant in Africa to make use of MAN’s diesel combined cycle product package.

The plant, which is 90 km north of Dakar, will supply electricity to the national grid to help counter Senegal’s continuing problems with power outages.

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