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GEA: major order for power plant

By Gerald Ondrey |

The GEA Group (Bochum, Germany; www.geagroup.com) has received a large order over €20 million from a renown EPC contractor active in the Middle East for a Heller dry cooling system. GEA’s installation will cool a new gas fired combined cycle power plant with a capacity of 750 MW. The Heller natural draught indirect dry cooling system provides a solution for the cooling of large scale power plants that is ideal with regard to water conservation and energy saving  “The Middle East is developing as one of the world’s growth regions when it comes to power production. Besides power production from conventional sources, the first renewable projects such as solar thermal power plants are realized now. These projects are located in dry regions and will operate under extreme environmental conditions that require very robust and efficient dry cooling systems. Due to our global presence with air cooled condensers as well as indirect dry cooling systems, we are well positioned to benefit from this trend,” says Jörg Jeliniewski, president of the Segment GEA Heat Exchangers.  Air Cooled Condensers, Indirect Dry Cooling systems as well as Cooling Towers and other cooling components from GEA Heat Exchangers…
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