96 MW Thermoelectric Power Plant
Thursday, October 7, 2021
Tender for 60 MW thermoelectric power production plant in Panama
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"In Panama, the construction and operation of a 60 MW thermoelectric power production plant is planned.
 
IGC/ERI will design, build, equip, test, operate and maintain the plant and its facilities.
 
Power production will be increased to 96 MW. The first 30 MW of the plant is to be operational within 6 months of signing the contract with ETESA/EDEMET.
 
The building will be equipped with the following:
* 6 Warsila 18w46 engines, each with a net electrical power output of 16 MW.
* Associated systems for fuel treatment, fuel supply and piping.
* Cooling water and lube oil piping, lube oil storage and treatment systems.
* Plant controls systems.
 
Plant components:
* Paved fuel receiving area, with pumps and piping to move oil to two 5000 m3 storage tanks, which will be inside the container walls.
* Storage for diesel fuel (300 m3) and daily tanks for diesel fuel.
* A radiator field of six fan radiators, with a total size of 15x60m2, rounded, with piping connected to the building.
* A chimney area, adjacent to the building, with a height of 32 meters, containing the 6 engine exhaust stacks.
* Switchgear field containing the transformers and high voltage switches and connection to the short transmission line connecting to the run-of-the-river substation.
* Drainage land, roads and parking areas.
 
The plant will provide power to Empresa de Distribución Metropolitana (Edemet) under a 5-year contract.

Additional information on the construction platform."

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