Bechtel to build combined-cycle power plant in Ohio

 Bechtel to build combined-cycle power plant in Ohio

Bechtel was a awarded a contract from Carroll County Energy LLC, an affiliate of Advanced Power, to build a 700-MW natural gas-fired combined-cycle generating facility in Carroll County, Ohio. Bechtel will serve as the engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) contractor for the Carroll County Energy Facility, which will utilize advanced emissions-control technology.

"This is an important project that will offer a significant stimulus for the economy of Carroll County. We look forward to continuing our collaborative working relationship with Bechtel as we move from the development phase into construction," said Tom Spang, CEO of Advanced Power.

Bechtel has received full notice to proceed and construction is expected to begin immediately. The plant is scheduled to enter commercial operations in 2017.

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