The Energy Technology division of GEA AG, a subsidiary of mg technologies AG, has won two major contracts from Australia and Iran to build air-cooled condensation plants for power stations. Together, the two projects are worth approximately 65 million Euros.
For its part, GEA Energietechnik GmbH has been commissioned by Siemens Australia to build a 34 million Euro cooling plant for a new coal-fired power station in Kogan Creek, Australia. The power plant, which will mainly supply the aluminium industry, will have an output of 750MW and will come on stream in 2006.
While in Iran, GEA Energietechnik GmbH is equipping a Kerman combined cycle power plant with condensation plants for the turbines’ waste steam for the Iranian company Power Plant Project Management. The contract, worth 31 million Euros, forms part of a comprehensive power plant expansion program in that country. It is scheduled to come on stream in 2006.
For both contracts, GEA Energietechnik GmbH will be using the latest heat-exchanger technology which has been developed and produced in Herne, northwestern Germany.