Siemens to supply turbines to India

The four turbines of the type SST-700, including the generators, are for the parabolic trough power plants Godawari, Abhijeet and Diwakar & KVK, which will be built in the state of Rajasthan. It is planned to connect the plants to the grid in early 2013 with a total capacity of 300 MW.

The power station projects will be realized as part of the government programme for the support of solar energy, the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM). Under this programme it is intended to install up to 20 GW of solar energy capacity in India by the year 2022.

The parabolic trough power plants Godawari, owned by Godawari Green Energy Ltd., and Abhijeet, owned by Corporate Ispat Alloys Ltd., are each rated at 50 MW. Siemens has been awarded contracts for a steam turbine generator unit and auxiliary systems for each of these plants. The third customer, Lanco Solar Energy, has ordered a steam turbine and generator rated at 100 MW, complete with auxiliary systems for each of the two units of the Diwakar & KVK parabolic trough power plant.

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