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GTX DUBAL

Gas turbine power station

Client:
Dubai Aluminium, United Arab Emirates

Execution:
2006-11

Gas and steam turbine power plant Mittelsbüren

Client:
Gemeinschaftkraftwerk Bremen GmbH & Co. KG

Execution:
2009-14

Lichterfelde

Gas turbine power station

Contracting party:
Vattenfall Europe Wärme AG, Berlin

Execution:
2009-16

Power Network Analysis for Wind Power Integration

Client:
Elektromreza Srbije (EMS)

Execution:
2010

Maritza East III Power Station

Client:
DSD Dillinger Stahlbau GmbH, Germany

Execution:
October-November2002

Uppsala CHP Station, Sweden

Client:
Uppsala Energi AB, Sweden

Execution:
2000-01

Grid Study and Grid calculations to the WEMAG Distribution Network

Client
WEMAG

Execution
2010—ongoing

Engineering- and Project Management at District Heat Storage Reuter West

Client
Vattenfall Europe Wärme AG Berlin

Execution
2011-14

New build of Power Station Moorburg (2 x 820 MW), Germany

Client:
Vattenfall Europe Generation AG  

Period:
2005-15

Capital expenditure:
€3 billion

Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Plant Berlin-Lichterfelde

 

Project Description

 

Vattenfall Europe AG operates a CHP-plant at the Lichterfelde site since 1973. Each of the three units consists of a natural gas-fired boiler and steam turbine and generates 150 MW electricity and 230 MW steam for district heating, respectively. In order to guarantee a continued secure supply of district heat and electric power for the metropolis of Berlin, the existing plant needed to be replaced with the new, much more efficient and environmentally friendly CHP Plant Lichterfelde based on a combined cycle F-class gas turbine (CCGT) plant.

During the winter, the new CHP Plant Lichterfelde mainly operates in a combined heat and power generation mode providing district heat and feeding power into the grid at the same time. During low district heating demand in the summer the plant is designed to operate in a full condensation mode for power generation only.

The newly constructed CHP Lichterfelde provides about 480 MWth of the plant’s district heat supply and generates about 300 MW electric power. The balance of the needed district heat supply will be generated by three natural gas-fired hot water boilers with a thermal capacity of 120 MWth each.

The total project was divided into 20 separate lots with VPC providing all planning, detail engineering, procurement and construction coordination services to Vattenfall.

 

Investment Volume: approximately € 500 million

 

Client: Vattenfall Europe Wärme AG, Berlin

 

Technical Specifications:

·        Electrical power    300 MW
·        Thermal power     480 MW
·        Fuel                     Gas

 

Execution Timeframe: 2009 – 2017

 

VPC Services

·        Conceptual planning
·        Permitting
·        Site preparation and demolition
·        Planning, installation and removal of provisional and interims measures
·        Preliminary detail Engineering
·        Preparation of all technical specifications for tendering processes
·        Technical evaluation of component suppliers and equipment procurement support
·        Expediting and control of component suppliers’ deliverables
·        Final detail Engineering
·        Site and construction Management
·        Start-up and commissioning
·        Documentation