Turkish firm ENKA, Siemens to build power plants in Libya

เกจวัดแรงดันถังออกซิเจน , ENKA, in consortium with Siemens will soon start the development of 1,321 MW Simple Cycle Power Plants in Libya.
The contracts for the two power plants, 650 MW in Misrata and Tripoli West 671 MW, had been signed with the General Electricity Company of Libya (GECOL) to fulfill the growing electricity demand in Libya.
According to ENKA, the Misrata challenge relies on an influence island configuration for 2 SGT5-PAC 4000F Siemens combustion turbine generator models, whereas the Tripoli West venture relies on a power island configuration for 4 SGT5-PAC 2000E Siemens combustion turbine generator items.
The turbines of the crops will be dual-fuel fired with light gas oil and natural gasoline. Power will be generated and stepped up via the main transformers to the grid.
The two initiatives are planned to be accomplished in 2022.
เกจอาร์กอน has been current in Libya for nearly 50 years creating mega-scale projects from industrial and energy plants to building projects and critical infrastructure.
The Turkish company has different power tasks in Libya, including a 640-MW capability gas turbine power plant in Ubari in central Libya which was tested for connection to the Libyan energy grid in October 2017, however has since failed to start operating due to political instability and civil wars within the region.
ENKA, also a development and engineering company, has completed 3 power crops in Libya, 24 city growth and housing, 6 infrastructure and 24 industrial projects together with cement and desalination vegetation across the country.
The firm attributes its challenge delivery successes to a confirmed functionality and significant expertise working in difficult environments with lack of infrastructure and underneath extremely harsh climatic conditions.
Another Turkish firm, Karadeniz Holding, has proposed to supply electricity to the western part of Libya. A technical team from the corporate visited Libya final yr to present the proposal.
Karadeniz Holding runs a fleet of floating power generators known as energy ships which plug into electricity grids after berthing. The firm goal the Libyan-produced diesel and pure gasoline to deliver as much as 1,000 MWh.

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