ELCOM is supporting ALSTOM with HW and SW engineering on DCS and TGC projects:

Medupi, South Africa – 6 x 800 MW (DCS)

Alstom is installing its latest automation system on the world’s largest coal-fired power plant

DCS contract value: €100 million

Kusile, South Africa – 6 x 800 MW (DCS)

Alstom is installing an identical system on Medupi’s sister plant, Kusile.

DCS contract value: €100 million

Yanbu, Saudi Arabia – 5 x 620 MW (HFO) (TGC)

Alstom’s part in the contract includes the basic engineering of the power block, advisory services during detailed engineering and procurement, supervision services during construction and commissioning and delivery of main equipment for 5 x 620 MW units including the steam turbines and generators, the HFO-fired(2) supercritical boilers, electrostatic precipitators and the flue gas desulphurization system. The plant is due to enter commercial operation in 2016.

Total contract value: €750 million

Shuqaiq, Saudi Arabia – 4 x 720 MW (HFO) (TGC)

Alstom’s contract includes the engineering, manufacturing, supply and field services for all four steam turbines and generators, and will also include all direct control and auxiliary systems.

Total contract value: €170 million

Darlington, Canada – 4 x 900 MW (Nuclear) (TGC)

Alstom has been selected to refurbish four steam turbine generator units, with an approximate power capacity of 900 MW each, for Ontario Power Generation’s (OPG) 3,512 MW Darlington power plant.

Total contract value: €265 million

Khoel Niehl, Germany – 1 x 450 MW (CHP) (DCS, TGC)

Alstom has signed a contract with the German utilities company RheinEnergie for the construction of a 452.9 MW combined-cycle heat and power plant (CHP) in Cologne, Germany, with a 15-year service agreement for planned maintenance of the plant as well as remote monitoring from the Plant Support Centre.