Siemens K.K. (Siemens K.K., Shinagawa, Tokyo President and CEO: Kenichi Fujita, hereinafter referred to as Siemens) received an order from Toyo Engineering Corporation for a steam turbine and related products for a biomass power plant in Japan.
The scope of supply includes a steam turbine of 51.5 MW power output, turbine condenser, generator and turbine controls. The equipment will be installed at biomass power plant which Ishikari Shinko New Energy Hatsuden Godo Kaisha drives to develop in Ishikari city, Hokkaido, Japan. The commercial operation of the project is planned for 2022.
Siemens offered a steam turbine, which is well recognized in the market, because of its high efficiency. High efficiencies of power generation allow for economical and profitable operation as well as less environmental impact at power plant.
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