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MAN Energy to build new CHP plants for German city

21/08/2019

MAN Energy Solutions has been commissioned to build two engine-powered combined heat and power plants in the German city of Chemnitz.

Ansaldo wins deal for 300 MW German gas plant

16/08/2019

Ansaldo Energia will build and supply the power generation equipment for a 300-MW German gas-fired facility.

DOE injects $40m into hydrogen projects

16/08/2019

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced approximately $40m in funding will be invested into 29 H2@Scale projects in the 2019 financial year.

MAN Energy engines to power 200 MW Cambodia plant

18/07/2019

MAN Energy Solutions and China National Heavy Machinery Corporation (CHMC) have jointly won the contract to build a 200 MW power station in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh.

Siemens wins deal for 840 MW Iraq gas turbine plant

09/07/2019

Global power giant Siemens will supply turbines, generators, transformers and diagnostic services for a key 840 MW gas-fired power plant in Iraq.

MAN Energy engines boost Gibraltar energy supply

08/07/2019

Germany’s MAN Energy Solutions has successfully commissioned six engines in a new power plant on the island of Gibraltar.

Siemens to equip power plant in Armenia

01/07/2019

Siemens will supply a complete power island for the new Yerevan 2 combined cycle power plant at the existing plant site in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.

New dual-fuel plant to boost electricity in Cambodia

01/07/2019

Finnish energy technology group Wärtsilä is to supply a dozen dual-fuel engines that will deliver 200 MW of electricity to a new power plant in Cambodia.

GE Power adds new gas turbine to Iraqi plant

30/05/2019

The site was previously capable of generating up to 1,125 MW. With the addition of the new turbine, it can generate an additional 125 MW.

Entergy completes gas-fired 980-MW St. Charles Power Station in Louisiana

29/05/2019

Because of the plant’s high efficiency, it is projected that customers will save more than $1.3 billion over the anticipated 30-year life of the unit. 

GE in landmark gas turbine and digital upgrade of Ivory Coast plant

14/05/2019

GE has completed the first stage of a landmark gas turbine upgrade at a power plant in Ivory Coast.

Biogas to cut emissions at Ukraine industrial plant

29/04/2019

One of the largest agricultural producers in Ukraine is to cut 24,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions from one of its facilities by installing an onsite biogas cogeneration plant.

First start for gas engines at new German CHP plant

25/04/2019

A new combined heat and power plant in Germany built by Kraftwerke Mainz-Wiesbaden (KMW) and supplied by Wärtsilä has successfully achieved its first start.

MAN Energy to deliver 170 MW to Bangladesh

23/04/2019

Germany’s MAN Energy Solutions will provide the generation technology for two power plants in Bangladesh.

Doosan Skoda supplies 155 MW steam turbine for Polish plant

03/04/2019

A 155 MW steam turbine manufactured by Doosan Škoda will be installed at a new power plant in Warsaw.

VERBUND in landmark project to run gas plant on hydrogen

29/03/2019

Utility VERBUND is building a pilot project at Austria’s biggest power station to research the possibility of using hydrogen as a replacement for natural gas to run the plant’s gas turbines.

Siemens wins landmark Afghan power plant deal

26/03/2019

Siemens will provide the power component of the first gas-fired plant built in Afghanistan since the 1970s.

Wartsila signs Myanmar gas engine plant deal

13/03/2019

Wärtsilä has signed a five-year operation and maintenance deal for a 145 MW gas engine plant it is building in the Mandalay region of Myanmar.

Wartsila wins deal for 132 MW plant in Bahamas

11/03/2019

A 132 MW power plant running on seven dual-fuel engines is to be built in the Bahamas.

GE and Sumitomo to build 1.8 GW Sharjah gas plant

30/01/2019

The emirate of Sharjah is to get its first independent combined cycle power plant after a deal has been signed with GE and Sumitomo Corporation.

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