Keppel Energy has reached final investment decision to develop a 600 MW state-of-the-art, advanced combined cycle gas turbine power plant, and has awarded an engineering, procurement and construction  contract to a consortium comprising Mitsubishi Power and Jurong Engineering for the construction of the plant.

To be built in the Sakra sector of Jurong Island, the Keppel Sakra Cogen Plant will be the first hydrogen-ready power plant in Singapore.


New diesel power plants with a capacity of 400 and 36 kW have been put into operation in Sanniki and Chilba villages of the Ulchsky district. More than 18 million rubles were allocated for the purchase of equipment by the municipality administration.


Rolt Engineering has put ROLT PSG 1000 gas engine power plant of container desing into commercial operation to meet the needs of the dairy.

CHP plant was developed on the base of a JMC 320 gas engine with an electric capacity of 1000 kW produced by INNIO Jenbacher with a heat recovery system.


ETRO power plants produced by Electroagregat JSC (Novosibirsk) with a capacity of 1 MW, voltage of 0.4 kV were delivered and put into operation in the village of Opolznevoye. AD1000-T400-2RK diesel power plants are manufactured on the base of a 12-cylinder V-shaped Perkins 4012-46TWG2A engines and installed in insulated North containers with a noise reduction system.


Isotta Fraschini presents new 12-cylinder diesel engineto the market.

Isotta Fraschini is completing test runs for the 12-cylinder version of its V170G diesel engine. This unit completes the brand new series of industrial engines.

The series is composed of four-stroke diesel engines, 12- and 16-cylinder, with direct fuel injection and supercharged with exhaust gas turbochargers with supercharging air cooling system.


A consortium comprised of the Finnish energy utility Helen Oy and Alandsbanken Wind Power Fund has commissioned the Nordex Group to supply and install 25 N163/5.X turbines for the 147.5-MW Karahka wind farm. The order also includes the Premium Service for the turbines covering a period of 35 years.


 The purpose of the construction of two power plants with a total capacity of 900 MW is to develop generating capacities, strengthen the reliability and safety of the country's energy system, and reduce specific energy costs. The planned completion date of the project is 2024.

The project is being implemented by Mitsubishi Power in cooperation with Hyundai Engineering & Construction.