CCGT

AcronymDefinition
CCGTCombined Cycle Gas Turbine
CCGTChicago Center for Green Technology
CCGTCentral Coast Group Training (Australia)
CCGTCombined-Cycle Generating Technology
CCGTcatalytic combustion gas turbine
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ENDESA is in the process of developing the Son Reus CCGT plant on the Balearics, made up of four (three gas and one steam) turbines with a total capacity of 233 MW.
CCGT plant was about 50% efficient, since gas turbine (GT) generation was about 32% efficient and two GTs provided enough heat for one similar-sized steam-powered alternator.
It also gives SSE certain options for the future development of an electricity generation facility in Ireland, including a planned 450MW CCGT plant at Kerry county and two brownfield development sites.Country: IrelandSector: UtilitiesTarget: Endesa Ireland LtdBuyer: SSE Plc, SSE Generation LtdVendor: Endesa SA, Endesa Generacion SADeal size in USD: 396.4mType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Closed
With the Eagle Valley CCGT plant coming online in 2018, the composition will be 42% coal, 47% natural gas, 10% wind and solar and 1% oil.
Global technology giant GE said its power unit has completed the digital transformation of Kuwait Ministry of Electricity and Water's Sabiya combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power station ahead of schedule.
The key factors supporting the results were as follows: Scheduled increase in DPM tariffs, which are to rise roughly 40% this year (+45% in 1Q17); Expected increase in both capacity sales and electricity production at Nevinnomisskaya CCGT (which was affected by an accident in 1Q16); Higher utilisation of more efficient CCGT units (also a result of the
US power company AES Corp (NYSE:AES) announced deals worth around USD463m (EUR345.2m) in total involving the sale of two combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) in the US and one in Spain.
The UK transmission system provides electricity with 99.98% continuity over the range 24-62GW, through a combination of large power sources with complementary benefits, including nuclear plants, CCGT plants, coal-fired stations and open-circuit gas turbines.
The company yesterday announced that it would construct a 1650MW Combined Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT) power station at Staythorpe in Nottinghamshire, one of two sites it was looking at.
In respect of this commitment, the two energy companies have now decided to invest together in the construction of a first combined-cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power station with a capacity of 400 MW, from which steam will be extracted to meet the customer's requirements amounting up to 300 tons of process steam per hour.