Siemens Energy’s Turbines, Auxiliary Systems Going to Romania

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Siemens Energy is supplying components for Mass Global Energy Rom S.R.I’s Mintia combined-cycle plant.

Siemens Energy and independent power producer Mass Global Energy Rom S.R.l. have signed a contract for the supply of HL-class gas turbine technology for the Mintia combined-cycle power plant in Romania. The plant will have a maximum power generation efficiency of more than 64%. It will have an electrical capacity of 1.7 GW and will replace a retired coal-fired power plant.


The new plant will be fired with domestic natural gas. The Siemens Energy scope of supply includes two SGT5-9000HL gas turbines with associated generators, an SST5-5000 steam turbine with SGen-3000W generator, and the SPPA-T3000 control system. It will be located at the existing Mintia power plant site about 7 km from Deva in the Transylvania region.