IDOM

  • IDOM

    46,8 MW Internal Combustion Engine Power Plant. Baja California Sur V Project (BCSV)

    CLIENT: ACCIONA

    SERVICES: Basic and Detail Engineering

    YEAR: 2014-2016

    COUNTRY: Mexico

    The Plant, which is expected to be commissioned in the summer of 2016, will have a net capacity of 46,8 MW using an internal combustion engine fueled by residual heavy fuel oil. Therefore, the technology will optimize the crued oil cycle and minimise its environmental impact. Additionally, Diesel will be used as auxiliary fuel. The exhaust outlet of the combustion gases of the internal combustion motor will be equipped with an advanced nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions reduction system (SCR type). In addition, a heat recovery steam generator (HRSG) will be installed to meet the steam consumption required. For maximum efficiency and power at the Plant, the steam discharged from the generator will drive a steam turbine generator and auxiliary equipment. The Power Plant will supply electricity to the city of La Paz and the touristic areas of the state.

    Energy - FOSSIL-FUEL POWER PLANTS - INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES

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    Electric Power

    Electric Power