Alstom to refurbish Hungarian power plant

Alstom has been awarded two contracts, together worth approximately EUR 23 million, for the total plant refurbishment of the Tisza power plant. This 4 x 215 MWe plant, owned by AES, is located in Tiszaújváros, 180km from Budapest, Hungary. The scope of the first contract covers the major overhaul and lifetime extension of all four steam turbines, their feedwater pumps, the 257 MVA generators and their auxiliaries. The second contract covers the major overhaul of the balance of plant equipment, including the cooling water system. Final recommissioning is scheduled for December 2004. The goal of the project is to secure the reliable operation of the steam power plant until 2016 and to meet European Union environmental standards.

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