Solar energy project to use TEi equipment

Thermal Engineering International Inc. (TEi), a unit of Babcock Power, and its unit Struthers Wells, booked a contract to supply feedwater heaters, moisture separators and oil to salt heat exchangers for an unidentified 280 MW solar power plant in the Southwest U.S.

TEi will supply 10 feedwater heaters, including four high-pressure and six low-pressure units, and two moisture separators. In addition, Struthers Wells will supply six oil to salt heat exchangers.

The unidentified plant will use concentrating solar power technology to capture heat generated by sunlight to convert into electricity.

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