Turkish energy agency, ENKA, in consortium with Siemens will soon begin the development of 1,321 MW Simple Cycle Power Plants in Libya.
The contracts for the two energy plants, 650 MW in Misrata and Tripoli West 671 MW, had been signed with the General Electricity Company of Libya (GECOL) to fulfill the rising electrical energy demand in Libya.
According to เพรสเชอร์เกจ , the Misrata project is predicated on a power island configuration for two SGT5-PAC 4000F Siemens combustion turbine generator units, whereas the Tripoli West challenge relies on an influence island configuration for four SGT5-PAC 2000E Siemens combustion turbine generator models.
The generators of the vegetation will be dual-fuel fired with gentle gasoline oil and natural gas. Power shall be generated and stepped up via the principle transformers to the grid.
The two tasks are planned to be completed in 2022.
ENKA has been present in Libya for almost 50 years growing mega-scale initiatives from industrial and power crops to constructing initiatives and critical infrastructure.
The Turkish firm has different energy projects in Libya, including a 640-MW capacity gasoline turbine energy plant in Ubari in central Libya which was examined for connection to the Libyan energy grid in October 2017, however has since failed to start out operating because of political instability and civil wars in the area.
ENKA, additionally a construction and engineering firm, has completed three energy crops in Libya, 24 urban improvement and housing, 6 infrastructure and 24 industrial initiatives including cement and desalination plants throughout the country.
The firm attributes its challenge delivery successes to a confirmed functionality and vital expertise working in difficult environments with lack of infrastructure and beneath extremely harsh weather conditions.
Another Turkish agency, Karadeniz Holding, has proposed to provide electricity to the western part of Libya. A technical staff from the corporate visited Libya final yr to current the proposal.
Karadeniz Holding runs a fleet of floating energy turbines known as energy ships which plug into electricity grids after berthing. The company target the Libyan-produced diesel and pure fuel to ship as much as 1,000 MWh.