Alstom wins CHP contracts

Alstom has won $231m worth of contracts to service power plants in North America, two of which are cogeneration power plants.

The two CHP contracts are located in Ontario and Alberta, Canada respectively.

Alstom was chosen to execute a LTSA contract with TransAlta Corp. ( TAC ) in Canada for their Sarnia cogeneration power plant in Ontario and Poplar Creek Cogeneration power plant in Alberta. Both TransAlta plants operate Alstom built GT11N2 gas turbines.
The parts agreement will be progressively booked throughout the execution of the contract.

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