Siemens Westinghouse supplies Brazilian plant

Siemens Westinghouse Power Corp. has secured a USD 200 million contract to provide power generation equipment for a major new plant in Brazil, the Orlando company has said. The plant in Rio de Janeiro state, a combined-cycle unit that will run on gas and steam, will be the largest of its kind in Brazil when completed in late 2003, officials said. It is Siemens Westinghouse’s fifth Brazilian power project in recent years.

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