has been awarded contracts from Thailand for a total of 16
industrial gas turbines for combined cycle cogeneration plants (CCCP) under Thailand´s Small Power Producer (SPP) programme.
For the end customer
, an independent power producer headquartered in Bangkok, Siemens will supply, via EPC contractor
Toyo Engineering Corporation
of Japan, 14 gas turbines for seven projects.
The seven two-unit contracts for Gulf JP are to be deployed at various sites.
For the four gas-fired cogeneration power projects Saraburi A, Saraburi B, Industrial Cogen and Combined Heat and Power located in Saraburi province, Siemens will supply eight gas turbines.
Two SGT-800 turbines will be deployed in Chachoengsao province for the Chachoengsao Cogeneration power project.
The combined capacity of the plants is approximately 800 MW, with steam to be exported to industrial users.
The Siemens scope of supply for the CCPP at Amata Nakorn industrial estate in Chonburi Province encompasses two SGT-800 gas turbines, complete with chiller coils, electrical and control modules, and a high integrated generator solution.
In addition, Siemens will also supply an SST-400 steam turbine.
Power, steam and chilled water from the plant will be supplied to industrial users within the Amata Nakorn industrial park.
The SPP programme requires the plants to export at least 5% of their thermal energy in the form of steam or hot water to industrial users in the area to improve the plants’ overall efficiency.