Supply electromechanical equipment, including a 75 MW turbine, to the extension project of a hydropower plant in southern Vietnam.
Contract Awarded to Supply electromechanical equipment, including a 75 MW turbine, to the extension project of a hydropower plant in southern Vietnam
Vietnam Electricity, commonly known as EVN, has awarded a contract worth around 13 million (US$16.83 million) to Alstom for the design, manufacturing, testing, installing, and commissioning equipment for the extension of the Thac Mo hydropower plant in Binh Phuoc Province.
The supplies consist of a 75 MW vertical Francis turbine, a power generator, control systems, and electrical balance-of-plant equipment, Alstom said in a press release.
EVN plans to build an additional 75 MW hydropower plant to support the existing 150 MW Thac Mo power station of the broader VND1.58 trillion ($74.37 million) Thac Mo project.
The existing power station, which has two 75 MW Francis-type turbines and was commissioned in 1994, supplies power to the national grid run by EVN and covers the southern part of Vietnam.
The expansion project aims to focus intensively on creating a positive social and environmental impact for the population in the region.
Contractor name : ALSTOM
Contractor address : Alstom
3 Avenue Andre Malraux,
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