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05 Nov 2020

CEEC Builds First Unit of Cambodia's Dual-Fuel Power Station Connects to the grid

05 Nov 2020  by World-Energy   
On November 3, the first unit of Cambodia's 200 MW dual-fuel power station, which was contracted and constructed by China Energy Engineering Group Co., Ltd.(CEEC), was connected to the grid for power generation.

The power station is located in Kandal Province, Kingdom of Cambodia. It is currently the largest dual-fuel power plant in Cambodia. The project has built 12 dual-fuel internal combustion engines with a total installed capacity of 200 MW and a 230 kV booster station. China Energy Construction Gezhouba International Company and Gezhouba Energy Heavy Industries form a joint venture general contracting construction, designed by the East China Institute, and Anhui Power Construction Second Company is responsible for the construction and installation projects and the procurement of auxiliary equipment. After the project is completed, it is estimated that the annual average power generation will be 1.75 billion kWh, which will effectively alleviate the current shortage of electricity supply in Cambodia and provide impetus for local economic development.

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