Italy’s Ansaldo Energia has won a long-term service agreement for a 328 MW cogeneration plant in Thailand.

The Glow Energy Phase 5 plant is located in Map Ta Phut Industrial Park, 200km southeast of Bangkok, and as well an generating electricity it is designed to produce 160 tonnes/hour of steam to support local industries.  Ansaldo clinches service deal for Thailand cogen plant

It is operated by Glow Energy, which is one of the major private electricity generators in Thailand and is majority owned by Engie.

The plant was commissioned in 2011 and consists of one Siemens SGT5-4000F gas turbine coupled to an electrical generator, heat recovery steam generator and steam turbine/generator set. 

Ansaldo’s 15-year service deal covers planned and unplanned maintenance, replacement capital parts and remote monitoring and diagnostics for the gas turbine with inspection-only required services on the generator.