Combined-cycle natural gas-fired power plant approved to start

Grid operator COES has approved the start of operations at the 857 MW Kallpa IV combined-cycle natural gas-fired power plant in Peru, according to BNamericas.

GE (NYSE: GE) provided the steam turbine and Posco Engineering and Construction was the lead contractor on the project, the article said. Santos CMI handled the civil and electromechanical works.

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