GE supplies combined cycle package in Greece

GE has shipped a 209FB gas turbine combined-cycle equipment for the 800 MW Megalopolis Power Plant in Greece.

The contract calls for two Frame 9FB gas turbines, one GE D11 steam turbine, three 330H generators and additional services to replace four lignite-fired units at the site.

In 2010, Terna S.A., an engineering, procurement and construction firm in Greece, awarded GE a $130 million contract to provide equipment and services for the project.

Commercial operation is expected in the fourth quarter of 2012.

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