Poyry wins cogen contract in Thailand

Poyry's Energy business group has been awarded a EUR1.9 million (US$2.7 million) contract for two new gas-fired combined-cycle CHP plants in Thailand by Amata B.Grimm Power (Rayong) 1 Limited and Amata B.Grimm Power (Rayong) 2 Limited.

Amata B.Grimm Power is developing two gas-fired cogen power plants, each having an output of 120 MW, along with 30 tonnes/h of process steam. It will sell electricity to the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) under the Small Power Producer (SPP) scheme and both electricity and process steam to industrial customers in the Amata City Industrial Estate in Rayong province.

Each power plant will consist of two gas turbine generator packages, two heat recovery steam generators and one extraction-condensing steam turbine generator, with water cooled condenser utilizing open loop forced, draft cooling tower, together with a full set of balance of plant and interconnection equipment and systems.

Poyry will also perform project management and testing services.

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