$63m cogeneration plant destined for Warsaw

Plans are afoot to build a 200 MW gas fired combined heat and power plant in Warsaw, Poland, by French company, Dalkia.

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Dalkia, which controls Warsaw's heating company SPEC, are set to spend $63m in constructing the plant, and wish for operations to commence in 2014.

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