The last major component of the Lansing Board of Water and Light’s $182m cogeneration plant in Lansing’s REO Town neighborhood in Michigan, US was installed this week.
The $4.7m steam turbine and generator can produce about 14.2 MW of electricity and will add to the efficiency of electricity generation at the new plant.
The equipment was manufactures by the Elliott Group in Jeannette, Penn, according to Michigan Live.
The power plant is slated to be operational in July of next year.
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