Siemens to build power plant

Siemens Power Generation has been awarded €220 million to build a 400 MW combined cycle power plant in Herdecke, Germany.


Siemens Power Generation has been awarded a contract to build a 400 MW combined cycle power plant in Herdecke, Germany for Hagen-based Kraftwerksgesellschaft Herdecke.



The order, worth approximately €220 million, also includes a long-term plant maintenance agreement.



Siemens PG will build the new natural gas-fired power plant on an existing power plant site in Herdecke. Siemens PG is to supply one gas turbine, one steam turbine and two generators for the new power plant.


The scope of supply also encompasses the entire mechanical equipment including a heat-recovery steam generator and the electrical, instrumentation and control equipment. Plant handover to the customer is scheduled for the summer of 2007.