GE to upgrade Turkish cogeneration plant

GE (NYSE: GE) are to supply long term services and an equipment upgrade to increase the output and availability of a cogeneration power plant owned by electricity generating company Camis Elektrik Uretim A. S., of Mersin, Turkey.

The enhanced performance will help the plant meet an increased demand for power to support the region’s economic growth.

The enhanced performance will help the plant meet an increased demand for power to support the region’s economic growth.

According to General Electric Company, GE has signed contracts totaling nearly $20m to provide maintenance and outage services for a new GE Frame 9E Gas Turbine for 10 years and to upgrade an existing GE Frame 9E Gas Turbine at the plant, which will boost the output of the unit by 2.3 per cent.

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