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On 6th November GE Vernova’s Gas Power business announced the International Consortium has secured two orders from EnBW to provide H-Class natural gas-fired combined cycle power generation equipment for EnBW’s Combined Heat and Power (CHP) power stations in Heilbronn and Altbach/Deizisau, near Stuttgart, the capital and largest city of the German state of Baden-Württemberg.
The orders include the equipment, construction of the plants as well as software solutions, maintenance and services for ten years. GE Vernova will lead an international consortium for the projects, including the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) companies Bonatti and SENER.
The projects will replace existing coal-fired plants with more efficient natural gas fired plants while enabling future fuel mix combustion of up to 100% by volume of hydrogen in the 2030s.
Heilbronn and Altbach/Deizisau efficient CHP plants are expected to deliver in total nearly approximately 1340 megawatts (MW) to the national grid, the equivalent needed to power approximately 2,4 million German homes.
In conjunction with the announcement, EnBW celebrated the commencement of construction work at the Altbach site at the presence of local authorities. International Consortium (GE Vernova, SENER and Bonatti) managers were also present: Bonatti was represented by its Commercial Director, Mr. Roberto Castelli.
The project is aligned to the European and national regulations in the decarbonisation path towards 2050 to promote district heating in achieving the goals of efficiency, energy sustainability, use of renewables, and reduction of fossil fuel use.
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