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Sweden builds combined heat and power plant

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A combined heat and power plant will be built in Sweden to provide electricity and district heat for the city of Gothenburg.

The plant, to be provided by Demag Delaval Industrial Turbomachinery, will comprise three 43MW gas turbines and a 141MW steam turbine. It will have an overall efficiency of 92.5% and will feed 260MW of electricity into the Swedish grid. The work should be completed by the end of 2006.

The deal forms one of four orders that will make the company a total of ?230m.

The second order is for two 29MW gas turbines, to be supplied to a combined heat and power plant that will provide power for the Russian town of Sochi. The contractor is JSC City Energo, Moscow, and the end customer is RAO UESR (Unified Energy System of Russia). The plant is scheduled for completion by autumn 2004.

The EPC contractor, Technip of Italy, has placed an order on behalf of end customer Motor Oil Hellas. Demag Delaval Industrial Turbomachinery will provide a 17MW gas turbine to a refinery in Corinth, Greece.

The firm will also supply a 100MW industrial steam turbine, with instrumentation, control system and spare parts, to Jindal Power Private Limited in the Belleray District in Karnataka State, India.

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