Doosan Skoda Power, a Czech-based manufacturer of steam turbines, has signed a contract with Lansing Board of Water & Light (BWL) to supply a steam turbine generator for their new gas-firedpower plant in Lansing, Michigan.
TThis is the company’s first project in the United States. The new power plant is part of BWL’s plan to be coal-free by 2025. The Doosan´s steam turbine DST-S10 (80 MW) will be installed in the new combined cycle power plant with a total output of 250 MW and will be built at the site ofthe coal-fired Erickson PowerPlant in the Delta Township. The turbine is now being manufactured in Pilsen, Czech Rep. and will be put into commercial operation in spring 2021.
“Our success in this demanding tender confirms topquality of our products and services on a global level. Our highly efficient turbine and its operational flexibility will help significantly reduce local emissions and ensure a reliable electricity supply for residents of the city of Lansing and its surroundings,” said Vaclav Cerny, Head of Sales – America at Doosan Skoda Power.
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