The project is worth over CZK 250 million and, apart from the steam extraction turbine, the scope also includes a generator, condenser, and burners for the steam cycle regeneration system. The turbine is going to be used to drive the power generator, which will supply power especially to the steel works and the neighbouring industrial zone, as well as to generate steam for the steel works’ technology systems and facilities.
The commissioning and launch is scheduled for Q1 2015.
In the tender for the contract, Doosan Škoda Power competed with its traditional rivals, Alstom and Siemens. Doosan Škoda Power’s direct customer and at the same time the general contractor for the project will be Control Process S.A. based in Poland.
Poland is an important territory for the Doosan Škoda Power turbines. This year, Doosan Škoda Power has already won a contract for 160MW turbine for the Stalowa Woda combined-cycle power plant, and the 134MW and 38MW turbines supplied to the Katowice and the Tychy heat plants are also good references.