VER4736 - 110 MWe natural gas fired Combined Cycle Power Plant
Power Plant General Description
This is a Combined Cycle Cogeneration Power Plant (CCCPP) able to produce electric power
(exported to the National Grid) and steam or Superheated water (exported to local Client’s industrial
The Power Station was first synchronized in November 1998, entered into commercial operation on
June 1999 and was finally put in conservation mode in 2014, after the end of the steam purchase
agreement with the Steam/thermal energy Client.
The 110 MW Power Station is composed of two (2) exactly identical and completely independent
generating modules; each one consisting of a 55 MW Combined Cycle Power Plant.
Therefore the two Power Plants can be reinstalled separately.
As a single-shaft line, each generating unit is mainly composed by:
-one (1) 44.7 MW General Electric LM6000 PA Gas Turbine
-one (1) Foster Wheeler Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG) producing steam at
two different pressure levels (42 and 3,5 bar)
-one (1) 11.3 MW Ansaldo - F. Tosi condensing Steam Turbine, with steam extractions
designed for final user steam requirements.
-one (1) Synchronous generator connected both to gas and steam turbine
-one (1) Step up Transformer