Alstom has signed a service deal worth around €150m ($204m) for the 1943 MW Lumut power plant in Malaysia, the largest GT13E2-based combined-cycle plant in the world.

The contract is with Teknik Janakuasa Sdn. Bhd. (TJSB), the operations and maintenance subsidiary of Malakoff Corporation Berhad, Malaysia’s largest independent power producer. The Lumut power plant in Segari has three combined-cycle blocks each equipped with three GT13E2 units.

The contract follows an earlier seven-year service agreement with TJSB for Lumut and, according to Hans-Peter Meer, Alstom Thermal Services’ senior vice president, “reflects TJSB’s confidence in Alstom’s support and our successful performance”.

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