Siemens Gas-Fired Equipment Heading for Indiana Power Plant Project

 Siemens Gas-Fired Equipment Heading for Indiana Power Plant Project

A new 670-MW natural gas-fired combined-cycle power plant in Indiana will use Siemens (NYSE: SI) equipment.
The St. Joseph Energy Center, built by Kiewit Power Constructors Co., will use two SGT6-5000F gas turbines, one SST6-5000 steam turbine and three generators supplied by Siemens. The equipment will be manufactured at Siemens’ Charlotte Energy Hub. A 25-year long-term service and maintenance agreement was signed for the major components and includes Siemens’ advanced remote monitoring services along with program parts, hardware, scheduled outage services and program management.
The plant is scheduled for operation in spring 2018. Siemens’ Financial Services division is providing $50 million of the construction and term loan. 

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