IPP-3-power-plant-Wärtsilä-Reference-Case

IPP3 power plant

The Amman Asia Electric Power Company recommissioned the engines of the world’s largest combustion engine power plant for gas operation. This has resulted in an increased plant load factor by 3.5%, savings in operational costs, because it is not necessary to operate the SCR system anymore. The operational savings, by not having to purchase urea, amount to approximately USD 52,000 per day.

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“We have achieved full flexibility in our IPP3 power plant. This means that we can now fulfill our power production agreement with an improved economy and significantly smaller environmental footprint,”

Mr. Jubok Lee, Operation Director of AAEPC.

 
    Challenge
    • Fulfilling highly detailed commissioning procedures
    • Preventing the risk of part failures during commissioning
    Solution
    • Preparing procedure documentation and commissioning to gas operation of 38 Wärtsilä 18V50DF engines
    Benefits
    • Clear savings in operating costs
    • Significantly reduced emission levels

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