Siemens completes 430MW Knapsack II CCPP in Germany
Siemens Energy has completed the Knapsack II combined-cycle power plant (CCPP) with a capacity of 430-megawatt on behalf of Statkraft Markets, a subsidiary of the Norwegian utility Statkraft, six weeks ahead of schedule, energy sites reported. Siemens built the entire power plant, located in Hürth near Cologne, Germany, as a turnkey project and delivered the main components, including an F-Class gas turbine as well as a steam turbine, generator, and heat recovery steam generator. The Knapsack II has an efficiency of 59.2% and is a modern and environmentally compatible facility.
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