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PGE to start Opole plant extension in February

10th January 2014
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Poland’s biggest utility PGE has announced that on February 1 it will start the construction of two new power units in its Opole coal-fired power plant, with 900 MWh capacity each.

The PGE management board decided to earmark PLN 11.6 billion to fund the construction project and plans the first unit to be operational within 54 months after construction starts, while the second one will go online after 62 months.

The companies charged with carrying out the project are Rafako, Polimex-Mostostal, Mostostal Warszawa and Alstom Power.

Currently, the Opole facility has four units with A combined capacity of 1,492 MWh.

Poland A.M.


From Warsaw Business Journal


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