Kyaukpyu Combined Cycle Power Plant Project to be completed in 2023

The Kyaukpyu combined cycle power plant project with a capacity of 135 mW will be completed in May 2023, according to the Kyaukpyu District Electric Power Generation Enterprise.
The project was started near the Gangawdaw Pagoda in Kyaukpyu Township in 2020 and is 81 per cent completed to date. The power plant will be installed with the German-made SGT-800 Gas Turbine in Myanmar, the first of its kind in Myanmar. When the power plant operates, it will generate 135 megawatts of electricity at a rate of 8.59 cents per unit.
During the 25 years of operation of the plant, engineers from the Electric Power Generation Enterprise (EPGE) will be assigned to the plant and handed over the operational maintenance technology.
The Ministry of Electric Power and for Energy conducts maintenance works on No (4) Fertilizer Factory (Myaungtaga) and No (5) Fertilizer Factory (Kangyidaunt) every April to meet the power needs of people.
Currently, the Kyaukpyu 45 megawatts gas-fuelled power plant of V Power Group Holdings Limited and Kyaukpyu 150 mW gas-fired power plant of CNTIC V Power KY-3 Limited is generating power in Kyaukpyu township. The 135 mW Kyaukpyu combined cycle power plant project of the Kyaukpyu Electric Power Company Limited is being implemented to generate more electricity in coming years. — TWA/GNLM

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