Vogt Power International, a subsidiary of Babcock Power, has announced the receipt of an award from Toshiba Plant Systems & Services (TPSC) to supply the heat recovery steam generators (HRSGs) for the Amata Nakorn: ABP3 combined cycle co-generation plant project located in the Mueang district, Chonburi Province, Thailand.
Vogt Power will design, engineer and deliver two HRSGs with exhaust gas bypass systems to operate behind two Siemens SGT800 gas turbines. In addition, a portion of the supply will be performed in Thailand through Babcock Power Thailand, a Thailand sister company of Vogt Power. The HRSGs will be Vogt’s MSG design, which incorporates the ultimate in shop pre-fabrication and assembly, thus minimizing erection hours.
Amata Power (Bangpakong) Combined Cycle Power Plant is Amata Power’s second power plant in the Amata Nakorn industrial estate. This is the second phase of the project, in which Vogt Power also supplied the HRSG for the combined cycle cogeneration power plant which has a generating capacity of 114MW and began operation in October 2001.
“We have experienced strong international growth and look forward to increasing our market share in Asia. We are pleased to be working with Toshiba Plant Systems & Services on the Amata combined cycle co-generation plant project,” stated Steve Kapsalis, president and CEO of Vogt Power International.