Alstom wins US$680m order for Singapore plant
Sembcorp selects Alstom to build combined cycle cogeneration plant
The contract to build a new plant set to double Sembcorp’s power generation capacity in Singapore has been won by Alstom, as a two-phase plan is put in place.
The 800MW gas-fired combined cycle cogeneration plant is to be built on Singapore’s Jurong island, and will provide electricity and also steam to the petrochemical and chemical manufacturing industries located nearby.
Alstom, which is due to supply the entire unit, including a GT26 gas turbine, steam turbine, turbo generator, heat recovery steam generator and an ALSPA series six integrated control system, was also responsible for building Singapore’s first cogeneration plant, which came online in 2001.
“This new order for Sembcorp is a new milestone that underlines Alstom’s competitiveness for cimpibed cycle power plants in the region, and our ability to provide and service turnkey power plants,” said Philippe Joubert, president of Alstom Power.