Wärtsilä combined heat and power (CHP) plants are specifically designed to meet the customer's specific needs, whether it's steam generation, hot or chilled water, district heating or a combination of all.
Wärtsilä Power Plants is a major supplier of flexible base load power plants operating on various liquid and gaseous fuels. We also provide unique, dynamic solutions for grid stability, reserve, peaking, load following and intermittent power generation. Additionally, we offer multi-fuel solutions that are used by the oil and gas industry for reliable power generation, and in pumping and compression applications. Our comprehensive global services range from project development and financing support, to tailored lifetime operation and maintenance services. The Wärtsilä portfolio of power plants covers the capacity range from 1MW to more than 500MW.
Wärtsilä has extensive experience in design, construction and turnkey supply of power plants, executing over 100 power plant projects each year. At the end of 2010, the installed base of Wärtsilä power plants exceeded 47GW in 165 countries.
Smart power generation
Excellent operational flexibility, high efficiency and fuel flexibility, together with low emissions and proven long-term reliability, are all available from the same technology. This unique combination of valuable features makes Wärtsilä power plants suitable for a number of different power system functions. The applications range from stationary and floating baseload power plants to dynamic grid stability and peaking services, as well as a wide variety of industrial self-generation applications.
Wärtsilä smart power generation enables the transition to a more sustainable and modern energy infrastructure in a world where energy industry fundamentals are undergoing rapid change. The ongoing drive towards low carbon energy systems is creating strong growth in the utilization of renewable energy sources. However, high shares of variable wind and solar generating capacity create major balancing challenges for power systems. Typically, the existing power generation capacity is largely based on inelastic steam power plants, which are not designed for the continuous cycling and frequent, fast starts and stops. These features are, however, essential for successfully balancing systems that utilize solar and wind with constant variations in output.
Wärtsilä Power Plants
Tomorrow’s power systems will need to include significantly more capacity that is fast, dynamic and flexible in order to maximize the utilization of renewables, and to secure a reliable electricity supply. Smart power generation enables other power plants to operate optimally, and in so doing improves the efficiency of the complete power system while reducing its emissions.
Flexible baseload power plants
Wärtsilä flexible baseload power plants cater to the needs of utilities and independent power producers (IPPs). With Wärtsilä’s operations and management services, the customer can enjoy peace of mind. Even in the most challenging locations – in city centres, remote regions of developing countries, distant islands, and in places with extreme climates, and other places considered too challenging for other forms of power generation, Wärtsilä can offer the right solution.
Grid stability and peaking power plants
Wärtsilä grid stability and peaking power plants can supply electricity to the transmission grid when demand for electricity – and therefore prices – are at their highest.
Peaking plant sizes up to 200MWe and above have been found ideal for the IPP and energy service company markets. Power plants with low production costs and a minimal environmental impact will always be dispatched first and disengaged last, creating more revenues for their operators.
Wärtsilä standby power plants are well suited for power station blackstarts, data co-location centres, airports and large industrial standby applications. Wärtsilä is also deeply committed to furthering the usage of renewable power sources.
Industrial self-generation engines
Integrability, flexibility, outstanding plant efficiency as well as around-the-clock service are essential considerations for industries that depend on reliable, decentralized power generation.
Wärtsilä engines are designed for continuous operation and they can run in island mode or parallel with the grid, depending on the operational demand. The plants are built up from single and multi-engine units, fulfilling different industrial requirements for the production of both electricity and combined heat and power.
Wärtsilä power plants offer ideal power generation solutions for example for the mining industry, cement manufacturing, the textile industry, food processing, municipalities and many others.
Engines for powering the oil and gas industry
The Wärtsilä engines offer uncompromised multi-fuel capability and a fully competitive output / weight ratio, high efficiency and good tolerance to variations in fuel quality. In addition, they provide absolute reliability with no costly downtime or interruptions in power generation during fuel changes. Combining reliability with top performance and outstanding total economy, Wärtsilä offers a power solution for every phase of oil and gas exploration, production, transportation and refining, both onshore and offshore.
The oil and gas industry has one outstanding advantage. The fuel is right there – in the ground. The obvious solution is to use the same crude oil or natural gas to run the engines. Wärtsilä engines run smoothly on crude oil and gas or as dual-fuel versions for optimum flexibility.
Wärtsilä offers state-of-the-art prime movers, complete power, pump and process packages, EPC deliveries and lifetime support solutions to maximize your revenue and to minimize downtime.
Liquid fuel power plants make power readily available. Proven long-term reliability makes these plants suitable for stationary and floating baseload, and for stand-by applications.
Every data centre needs extremely reliable, but also affordable power supply. Traditionally this is provided by a combination of grid electricity and emergency diesel generators, ensuring affordability and reliability.
Ascend Analytics has performed an independent market assessment valuing 200MW equivalent of Wärtsilä 50SG engines and General Electric (GE) 7FA turbines for Southwest Power Pool (SPP) Lubbock price node from March 1 to September 1, 2014.
Electricity consumption will continue to grow rapidly during the coming decades.
This paper will give an insight into the many unique features that modern combustion engine power plants offer, while enabling valuable flexibility for power generation systems.
Wärtsilä has maintained the economic growth of Bangladesh through the provision of electricity generating capacity for 20 years. This support is continued with the latest contract for a 113MW power plant to be delivered to Chowmuhoni, Bangladesh.
Wärtsilä will provide its Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) recovery technology, LNG fuel gas handling systems and the auxiliary engines for two shuttle tankers being built for Singapore-based AET Tankers at the Samsung Heavy Industries shipyard in South Korea.
Wärtsilä is commemorating 20 years of assisting the development of Bangladesh by providing important added capacity to the country’s electricity grid.
Wärtsilä and AGL Energy Limited have signed a deal for a 211MW power plant at the Barker Inlet Power Station on Torrens Island, Adelaide, Australia.
Wärtsilä is to supply extra generating capacity to the Azores Islands' electricity grid.
Wärtsilä group, Greensmith Energy, has been chosen by Origis Energy USA to supply innovative power storage incorporated with solar photovoltaic (PV) in Sterling, Massachusetts, US.
Wärtsilä group Greensmith Energy has finished two 9.9MW grid-scale energy storage systems in cooperation with EON Climate and Renewables in Texas, US.
Wärtsilä will provide a fast, flexible, and highly efficient smart power generation plant to Australian integrated energy company, AGL Energy Limited.
Wärtsilä is supplying a 22.7MW smart power generation plant to Cooperative Energy, which is an electric company based in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, US.
Wärtsilä has been added to the annual Global 100 list of the most ecological large corporations in the world, the ‘2018 Global 100’.
Wärtsilä is due to deliver a 100MW smart power generation facility to PT Indonesia Power, which is a subsidiary of PT PLN (Persero).
Greensmith Energy, which is part of the technology group Wärtsilä, is providing Graciolica Lda’s microgrid power facility in the Azores with 1MW of solar and 4.5MW of wind power.
Wärtsilä will supply a turnkey power plant to deliver energy for the Phase Two development of the Tasiast mine located in Mauritania.
The technology group Wärtsilä has been awarded a turnkey contract to supply a 58MW power plant in Papua New Guinea in partnership with Australia-based Clough Ltd.
A Wärtsilä-built liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal, which was constructed under a turnkey agreement, has successfully unloaded its first consignment of LNG.
Wärtsilä has produced a gas-fuelled variety of the popular Wärtsilä 31S engine.
Wärtsilä has signed another agreement to supply power generating equipment to Bangladesh.
Wärtsilä has introduced EnergoFlow, an energy-efficient solution that decreases the power losses in a ship propeller’s slipstream with an optimised inflow.
Wärtsilä will provide smart power generation equipment for a new 200MW natural gas power plant in Arizona, US.
Wärtsilä is providing Cherat Cement Ltd with generating equipment that will produce an electrical output of 29MW.
The rapid emergence of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a marine fuel source is creating new and exciting business opportunities in a wide variety of areas.
Wärtsilä has acquired American Hydro, a company specialising in consultancy, design and precision performance enhancement services for hydro-turbines and pumps.
Following an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) deal, Wärtsilä will be providing a 22MW baseload power plant to Morocco's state utility.
Wärtsilä has announced that it will be supplying engineering and equipment deliveries for two baseload power plants owned by Iranian businesses Baran Niroo Beshel Co and Tamin Niroo Saam Co.
Wärtsilä has announced its plans to supply a power plant extension to AngloGold Ashanti's gold mine in Siguiri, Guinea.
Wärtsilä offers an asset performance solution to guarantee power plant reliability and availability.
Wärtsilä will be providing two 188MW power plants to an investor-owned utility (IOS) in the US.
Wärtsilä has signed a contract to acquire Greensmith Energy Management Systems Inc, a US-based leader in intelligent energy storage technology and solutions.
Wärtsilä has announced that they will be providing 73MW capacity equipment for the extension of a power plant owned by Turkey-based Yesilyurt Enerji Elektrik Uretim A.S, an independent power producer (IPP).
A consortium between the technology group Wärtsilä and an Indonesian construction company, PT PP (Persero) Tbk, has been contracted to supply five power plants, totalling 255MW, to PT PLN, the Indonesian state utility.
The technology group Wärtsilä will supply a 38 MW power plant to a Saudi Arabian customer.
Finnish technology group Wärtsilä will supply equipment for a 55MW combined heat and power plant to Solikamsk, Russia, in order to modernise the Solikamsk Thermal Power Station.
Wärtsilä will supply a 30 MW combined heat and power (CHP) plant to CGGC UN Power in China.
The cooperation covers four work streams: LNG for ships, LNG distribution in islands and remote areas, LNG to Power solutions, and small scale LNG and bio liquefaction.
Wärtsilä will supply a 101 MW Smart Power Generation plant to Pampa Energía S.A.in Argentina.
Wärtsilä will supply a 100 MW combined heat and power (CHP) plant to Kraftwerke Mainz-Wiesbaden AG in Germany.
A consortium between Wärtsilä and an Indonesian construction company, PT PP (Persero) Tbk, has signed a contract to supply two 57MW modular power plants, totalling 114MW to PT PLN, the Indonesian state utility.
Wärtsilä has been awarded five power plant projects, which will support development of the national grid in Argentina.
Wärtsilä has signed a turnkey contract to supply a liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal to be built in Raahe, Finland.
Wärtsilä has signed a major contract to supply a 161MW Flexicycle (combined cycle) power plant to Yamama Cement Company in Saudi Arabia.
Wärtsilä is to supply a 23MW smart power generation power plant to PT.
Wärtsilä Extends its Longest Ongoing Service Agreement and Standardises Frequency Output for Guyana Power Plants
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of flexible and efficient power plant solutions and services, has signed an extension to its operations and maintenance (O&M) agreement with Guyana Power & Light, Inc (GPL). The extension is for an additional four years through 2016. The three power plants covered by the agreement have a combined output of some 80MW.
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of flexible and efficient power plant solutions and services, has signed a three year operations and maintenance (O&M) agreement covering the United Cement Company of Nigeria Ltd (UniCem) power plant. This is an extension to the current three year O&M contract expiring in 2012.
Wärtsilä -Led Consortium Wins Major Contract to Build World’s Largest Tri-Fuel Power Plant in Jordan
A power plant of this size using Wärtsilä combustion engines is a landmark power generation installation. It represents recognition of the superior efficiency possible with Wärtsilä's technology.
Amman Asia Electric Power Co, a special purpose company owned by Korea Electric Power Corporation, Mitsubishi Corporation and Wärtsilä Corporation, has signed a power purchase agreement with National Electric Power Company of Jordan (NEPCO).
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of flexible and efficient power plant solutions, has been contracted to supply the equipment for a gas engine based expansion to the McArthur River zinc mine power plant in Australia's Northern Territory.
Wärtsilä has announced its interim report, with steady development in the second quarter of 2012.
Wärtsilä has been awarded a full scope, long-term operations and maintenance (O&M) agreement for the Hera power plant in Dili, in the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste.
Wärtsilä and Metso have received the relevant regulatory approvals from the European Commission for the transaction of Wärtsilä sellings its share in MW Power to Metso. The deal between Wärtsilä and Metso has now been closed.
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of flexible and efficient power plant solutions, has been contracted to supply a combustion gas engine baseload power plant to Indonesia. The PLTMG Duri plant is to be located in Indonesia's Riau province, and when operational, it will supply 113MW of electricity to the regional grid. The order was received in the second quarter of 2012.
Wärtsilä and Metso have agreed that Wärtsilä will sell its 40% share in the joint venture MW Power Oy to the other joint venture party Metso. The closing of the deal will require relevant regulatory approvals from the EU, which are expected by the end of July 2012.
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of flexible and efficient power plant solutions and services, has signed an Operations & Maintenance (O&M) agreement with Sasol New Energy Holdings, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sasol, the integrated global energy and chemical company. The three year agreement covers the company's gas engine power plant project in Sasolburg, South Africa.
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of flexible and efficient power plant solutions, has been awarded the contract to supply the engineering and generating equipment for a new power plant to be installed in Alaska, US.
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of flexible and efficient power plant solutions, has been awarded the contract to supply a new, gas-fuelled power plant to Indonesia. Once operational, it will serve the regional electricity grid and be the first ever gas-fired combustion engine based peaking power plant in Indonesia.
The reconstruction work continues in Haiti after the devastating earthquake in January 2010. Wärtsilä generating sets have been selected to expand an existing power station to add much needed capacity. Delivery is being made during 2012 on a fast-track basis.
Wärtsilä has signed an operation and maintenance (O&M) agreement with Energética Suape II SA in Brazil. The three-year deal, which has the option of renewal, is a fast-track, cost-effective solution for providing O&M services with a fixed price structure. This enables the customer to accurately predict the plant's lifecycle costs.
Wärtsilä has released a financial statements bulletin for January to December 2011.
Wärtsilä is pleased to announce that the scheme of arrangement with regards to the acquisition of Hamworthy was sanctioned at a court hearing held recently in London, UK.
Wärtsilä is pleased to announce that, at both the court meeting and general meeting of Hamworthy plc held in relation to Wärtsilä's recommended acquisition of Hamworthy by way of a Scheme of Arrangement, all the resolutions proposed received the strong support of scheme shareholders.
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of flexible and efficient power plant solutions, has been awarded two contracts to supply power plant generating equipment to Bangladesh. The total overall output of these two plants will be over 200MW.
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of flexible and efficient power plant solutions, has been awarded the contract to supply a complete Flexicycle™ dual-fuel power plant to the Dominican Republic.
Wärtsilä is pleased to announce that it has reached agreement with the board of Hamworthy, a UK listed engineering company focused on the marine and oil and gas sectors, in regards to a recommended cash offer for the acquisition of Hamworthy.
Wärtsilä, a global leader in complete lifecycle power solutions for the marine and energy markets, inaugurates its new spare parts distribution centre in Kampen, the Netherlands, on Monday 7 November 2011.
Wärtsilä, a leading supplier of flexible power plants and services to the global power generation market, has been awarded the contract to supply a power plant to the Republic of Rwanda.
Wärtsilä, a leading supplier of flexible power plants and services to the global power generation market, has been awarded the contracts to expand two existing power plants, delivered by Wärtsilä, in Senegal.
Wärtsilä, a global leader in complete lifecycle power solutions for the marine and energy markets, is the recognised frontrunner in dual-fuel engine technology. The Wärtsilä DF engine series is increasingly the power solution choice for utilities and energy companies, as well
We have the pleasure of inviting you to visit Wärtsilä's stand nr 4B7 at the Power-Gen Asia exhibition in Kuala Lumpur Convention Center, Malaysia, 27-29 September 2011. Programme at the stand Tuesday 27 September 1.30pm Smart Power Generation
Wärtsilä, a leading provider of flexible power plant solutions to the global power generation market, has been awarded the contract to supply the equipment and engineering for a power plant to be supplied to Utico FZC, Ras Al Khaima, in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The 39M
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of flexible and efficient power plant solutions, has been awarded a turnkey contract to supply a gas-fired power plant for a project in the Dominican Republic. The combined cycle power plant will provide electricity for a gold mine. The value of Wärtsilä's orde
Wärtsilä, a leading supplier of flexible power plants and services to the global power generation market, has been awarded the contract to supply engines, generators and associated auxiliary equipment to a power plant serving an iron ore mine in Western Australia. The six 20-c
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of flexible power plants and services to the global power generation market, is to supply and construct a complete power plant in South Africa for Sasol New Energy Holdings, the company responsible for Low Carbon Electricity in Sasol, an integrated gl
Wärtsilä to Deliver Two Major Dynamic Grid Reserve Power Plants to Secure Electricity Supply in Estonia
Wärtsilä has been awarded a contract to supply two complete power plants with a total output of 250MW for Elering, the Estonian transmission system operator. The total value of the order is €129m. The first power plant is scheduled to be in operation in spring 2013, with the second
Wärtsilä has been awarded the contract to supply the engineering, equipment and construction for a power plant to be delivered for Hail Cement, a Saudi Arabian cement manufacturer. The power plant will provide electricity for the customer's own industrial use. Wärtsil
The Smart Power Generation Book Presents a Solution for Sustainable Electricity Generation in Curbing Climate Change
The time for making future energy decisions is now. In their new book, The Smart Power Generation (Avain Publishing and Wärtsilä, 2011), energy and power production specialist Jacob Klimstra and author Markus Hotakainen work through the problems in electricity production and pres
Transmission System Operator Elering of Estonia has announced that the tender presented by Wärtsilä, with regards to the public procurement of 'Elering Emergency Reserve Power Plant', has been declared successful. The public procurement process for two power plants totalling
Wärtsilä and Versa Power Agree to Jointly Develop Fuel Cell Technology in Commercial Energy-Producing Applications
Wärtsilä, the leading provider of power solutions to both the marine and energy markets, and Versa Power Systems (VPS), a leading developer of environmentally friendly, high-power solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC), has announced a co-operative agreement to develop and integrate Versa Power's SOFC tec
Wärtsilä's board of directors has appointed Mr Björn Rosengren M.Sc. (Tech.), born 1959, as the new president and CEO of Wärtsilä Corporation. He will assume the position on 1 September 2011, succeeding Mr Ole Johansson, who will retire. Currently Mr Rosengren
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of flexible power plants and services to the decentralised power generation market, received an order in December to supply engines and other equipment for a major power plant project in Hera in the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, formerly known a
Wärtsilä, the marine industry's leading solutions provider, has introduced a more powerful version for marine applications of its popular Wärtsilä 32 engine. First introduced in the 1980s, and with more than 4,000 units sold to the marine industry alone, the Wärtsilä
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of flexible power plants and services to the decentralised power generation market, has been awarded an operations and maintenance (O&M) contract by Al Badia Cement for its captive power plant. The plant is located within the company's cement fact
Wärtsilä's Sustainability Report has won the first prize in the Corporate Responsibility Reporting 2010 competition, in which the responsibility reporting of different corporations in 2009 is assessed. The competition is organised by the Confederation of Finnish Industries, t
Wärtsilä, a leading supplier of flexible power plants and services to the decentralised power generation market, has been awarded an operations and maintenance (O&M) agreement by Liberty Power Tech for its power plant in Pakistan. The five-year agreement calls for Wärtsilä to operat
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of flexible power plants and services to the decentralised power generation market, has recently been awarded three operations and maintenance (O&M) contracts for power plants in Brazil. Borborema Energética has contracted Wärtsilä to operate, mai
Wärtsilä, a global leader in complete lifecycle power solutions for the marine and energy markets, and Ecospec Global Technology, owner of the revolutionary CSNOx emissions abatement technology, recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to work together towards the common goal
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of decentralised power plant solutions, has won a major power plant order from a US cooperative utility. In September Wärtsilä was awarded the contract to supply the engineering and equipment for the Lea County Electric Cooperative (LCEC) Ge
World’s Largest Gas Engine Power Plant – Made Possible by Wärtsilä Technology – to be Inaugurated Today
The inauguration of the world's largest gas-fired power plant based on combustion engines, the Aliaga power plant in Aliaga, Turkey, takes place today, 29 September. The ceremony will be conducted by Wärtsilä CFO, executive vice president Raimo Lind, accompanied by Finland's
Finnish Export Credit Financing Facility Signed with Wärtsilä’s Customer for a Project in the Dominican Republic
An export credit facility between Seaboard Corporation, a US-based company and a client of Wärtsilä, and Standard Chartered Bank was signed on 17 September 2010. This 12-year, $114m (€88m) transaction to finance a power plant project in the Dominican Republic, is the first non-
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of decentralised power plant solutions, has been awarded an engineering and equipment contract relating to the extension of the Aksa Samsun power plant in Samsun, Turkey. The Aksa Samsun power plant will be extended to incorporate the lates
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of decentralised power plant solutions, has signed an agreement with KVK Energy Group to supply power generating equipment and engineering for a gas power plant to be built in Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh, India. The scope of supply includes
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of decentralised power plant solutions, has received four orders to supply power plants to customers in Bangladesh, adding more than 300MW of generating capacity to the national grid. The four orders were signed in July and August this year, and their
Ms Trudy Schoolenberg, PhD (Tech), 51, has been appointed vice president, Global R&D, at Wärtsilä Industrial Operations as of 15 August 2010. Ms Schoolenberg will be responsible for global research and development of the Wärtsilä products. Ms Schoolenberg had a s
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of decentralised power plant solutions, has been awarded a contract to supply the power generating equipment and associated engineering for the power generation of the cabin gas plant power generation project in British Columbia, Canada. W
Wärtsilä's interim report January - June 2010 shows a strong second quarter with clear signs of market recovery. Second quarter highlights: Order intake increased 42% to EUR1,117 million (785) Net sales decreased by 15% to EUR1,131 million
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of decentralised power plant solutions, has recently received equipment orders for two new power plants to be supplied to customers in Bangladesh. The government of Bangladesh has established an urgent plan for dealing with the current power shortage,
Wärtsilä, the marine industry's leading ship power systems integrator, has signed a contract with Lamprell of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to supply a complete ship power system for a new wind turbine installation vessel (WTIV). Wärtsilä's solution has been select
Wärtsilä, a leading provider of power plant and ship power solutions and services, today opened new offices and a workshop in Panama. Located in the International Business Park of Panama Pacifico, the new facilities are intended to meet growing market demand from customers in the area.
Mr Osmo Härkönen, MSc (CE), currently vice president, project management, at Wärtsilä Power Plants, has been appointed vice president, group quality, at Wärtsilä as of 1 August 2010. He will be responsible for enhancing the quality of the products, services and opera
In an extension of their existing cooperation in the development of two-stage turbocharged medium-speed diesel engines, Finnish power solutions provider Wärtsilä and Swiss turbocharging specialist ABB Turbo Systems intend to cooperate with a third partner, after-treatment specialist Hug
Wärtsilä's WFC20 fuel cell unit has been installed onboard the Undine, a car carrier owned by Swedish Wallenius Lines and managed by Wallenius Marine. This unique power unit is the first of its kind in the world, and will during the test period provide auxiliary power to the vess
Wärtsilä will start the execution of restructuring measures in the Netherlands following positive advice from the works council and approval of a social plan. The restructuring includes the closure of the propeller production in Drunen and component production in Zwolle. Adjusting the w
Wärtsilä Converts Ecuadorian Crude Oil Power Plant to Associated Gas Operation and Co-Develops Carbon Finance Project with Customer
Wärtsilä, a leading provider of flexible decentralised power generation solutions, has been awarded the contract to convert the Eden Yuturi - Block 15 power plant in Ecuador from crude oil to associated gas-fuelled operation. The aim of the conversion is to mitigate the plant's environm
Wärtsilä has signed a joint venture agreement with the Russian company Transmashholding (TMH) to manufacture modern and multi-purpose diesel engines in Russia. The engines, including a new and technically advanced version of the Wärtsilä 20-engine, will be used in shunter loco
We have the pleasure of inviting you to visit our booth, number 2013 at Electric Power in Baltimore, MD, US, to be held on 18-20 May 2010, where you will have the possibility to talk to and interview representatives from Wärtsilä North America. Please schedule your appointmen
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of decentralised power plant solutions, has been awarded a major contract for building a power plant in Brazil. This turnkey contract is valued at close to €200m and the plant will have an electrical output of 380MW. The order will be taken in
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of decentralised power plant solutions, has been awarded two operations and maintenance (O&M) contracts for two floating power plants that will be used to boost Iraq's energy capacity. The O&M agreements give Wärtsilä full responsibi
Wärtsilä and ABB Turbo Systems are co-operating in a joint development programme for a new and groundbreaking application of two-stage turbocharging on large diesel engines. Advanced engine technology, together with two-stage turbocharging, offers significant advantages in fuel consumpt
Wärtsilä, a leading supplier of flexible power plants for the decentralised power generation market, has successfully performed a number of tests that demonstrate the ability of its engines to run on a range of vegetable and animal-based oils. This enables a wider range of renewable fuel options
Wärtsilä, a leading supplier of flexible power plants and services to the decentralised power generation market, has been awarded operations and maintenance (O&M) contracts by two manufacturing companies in the Philippines. The two contracts were signed during the first quarter of this year.<
The Wärtsilä 32 engine reached an important milestone in March as the 6000th engine rolled out of the Wärtsilä factory in Vaasa, Finland. This popular engine, which is efficient, has low emissions and is able to run on various liquid fuels, has stayed at the top of the industry thanks to long-ter
Wärtsilä has received another major order from Pakistan. It was placed by Liberty Power Tech Ltd, which is an independent power producer (IPP). The value of the contract is about €137 million. The total gross electrical power output of the power plant, which will be loc
Wärtsilä, a leading supplier of flexible power plants for the decentralised power generation market, was awarded a contract to supply equipment and engineering for a new 80 MW baseload power plant for the electrical utility in Uruguay, UTE, in December 2008. The value of the order is approximatel
The fuel flexibility of Wärtsilä's power plants offers an optimal solution to independent power producers seeking to overcome the challenges of power supply problems. Wärtsilä, a leading supplier of flexible power plants for the decentralised power generation market, has been contracte
Wärtsilä, a leading supplier of flexible power plants for the decentralized power generation market, has been awarded an operations and maintenance (O&M) contract by an Argentinean power plant customer. This agreement relates to a power plant currently being installed by Wärtsilä.
Wärtsilä North America, a subsidiary of Wärtsilä Corporation and a leading provider of power plants for flexible power generation, has been awarded an engineered equipment supply contract by GEUS, a municipally-owned electric power, cable and high-speed internet system, located in Greenville, Tex
Wärtsilä, a leading provider of power plants for distributed and flexible power generation, has received another major order from Pakistan. This latest engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) order is worth €131 million, and has been placed by Nishat Chunian Power, an independent pow
Wärtsilä has secured an order for an engine-driven, combined heat and power (CHP) plant that will run on liquid biofuel, which is extracted from the seeds of the jatropha plant. This CHP plant will be the first ever power plant in the world to produce both electricity and heat using crude jatroph
With the global demand for natural gas rising and a 50% increase expected by 2030, Wärtsilä is introducing its popular 34SG gas engines to the gas compressor market. Having outputs of 4,050kW – 9,000kW (5,430bhp to 12,070bhp), these gas engines offer considerable lifecycle cost improvement for co
Wärtsilä Corporation has introduced the Wärtsilä PowerCubes to provide industrial customers, utilities and independent power producers with small power plants based on 1-3 generating sets. They are delivered, on turnkey basis, in an economical, reliable and fast way.
Wärtsilä´s preliminary contract of equipment supply for a 300 MW power plant to Azerbaijan has been confirmed. The value of the deal is approximately EUR 160 million. The order is included in the fourth-quarter order intake for 2006. The multi-fuel power plant
Wärtsilä Corporation has won an order to deliver two BioEnergy wood-fired heating plants to the Finnish/Swedish paper company Stora Enso for installation in Russia. Their combined heating capacity is 24 MWth. One plant will be at Impilahti in the Russian region of Karelia. I
Wärtsilä Selected to Deliver a 115 MW Gas Power Plant Owned by Cogentrix Energy, Inc Located Near Denver, Colorado
Wärtsilä has been selected to deliver equipment for a 115.6 MW gas-fired power plant to a subsidiary of Cogentrix Energy, Inc. ("Cogentrix"), a major independent power producer in the United States. The plant, Plains End II ("PE II"), will be located in Arvada, Colorado
Wärtsilä Corporation was awarded a turnkey contract for the supply of a 40 MWe power plant in Madagascar in September. The plant is due to be handed over to the customer, the Madagascar water and power company JIRAMA (Jiro sy Rano Malagasy), in August 2007. It will be located at Mandros
Wärtsilä Corporation was awarded a major maintenance and supervision contract from Botas International Ltd (BIL) for the Turkish section of the 1790 km-long Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) oil pipeline connecting the Caspian oilfields to shipping terminals in the Mediterranean. The
Wärtsilä Corporation was awarded an operations and maintenance (O&M) contract by the Brazilian company Rio Amazonas Energia SA in August 2006 for the new 83 MWe power plant in the city of Manaus in northern Brazil. The plant, which is nearing completion, comprises five Wärtsil&
In April, Wärtsilä Corporation was awarded a turnkey contract by the Brazilian company Rio Amazonas Energia SA to build an 83 MWe power plant in the city of Manaus, in northern Brazil. The plant will comprise five Wärtsilä 18V46 generating sets. The contract's value for Wä
Wärtsilä Selected to Deliver a 163 MWe Gas Power Plant to Pacific Gas and Electric Company in Northern California
Wärtsilä Corporation, a leading global provider of power plants for decentralized power generation, was selected to deliver a 163 MWe gas-fired power plant to Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), one of the largest gas and electric utilities in the United
Today, a new biomass-fuelled Wärtsilä BioPower combined heat and power plant was inaugurated in Baden-Baden, Germany. The power plant delivered by Wärtsilä provides electricity and district heating for the business and service park of Baden Airpark, near Baden-Baden, Germany.
Wärtsilä Corporation has won a contract in November to supply the Belgian company Renogen SA with a biomass-fuelled combined heat and power plant for installation in the municipality of Amel in the Ardennes area of Belgium. The new plant will have a net electrical power output of 3.29 M
Wärtsilä Corporation has been awarded two separate contracts to supply natural gas-fuelled Wärtsilä 50DF engines for two captive power plants in Pakistan. The 50DF is the most powerful dual-fuel engine on the market today and provides for high-efficiency power generation from
Wärtsilä Corporation has been awarded two significant orders for power plants in the Russian Arctic. The two contracts are worth close to EUR 30 millions in total. The first contract, awarded in October, is for a 32 MW power plant to generate electricity for the Varandey oil t
Wärtsilä has received a contract to convert seven Wärtsilä 18V32 engines into dual-fuel operation at the Batamindo Industrial Park on the Indonesian island of Batam, where the conversion of another five Wärtsilä 18V32 engines is already underway. All the engines at t
Wärtsilä Corporation signed a turnkey contract at the end of September 2005 with Companhia Energética Manauara to build an 83 MWe power plant in the city of Manaus, in northern Brazil. The contract's value for Wärtsilä is in the range of EUR 45 million. The plant will com
Wärtsilä Corporation signed a contract with Geradora de Energia do Amazonas S/A, which is part of the Servtec group, to build a power plant in the city of Manaus, in northern Brazil. Located in Ponta Negra, the 83 MW plant will be built under an EPC (equipment, procurement and construct
Wärtsilä Corporation will deliver totally eight gas-fuelled generating sets with a combined output of 48 MWe to Batam and South Sumatra. Two Wärtsilä 18V34SG sets were contracted by the Indonesian independent power producer PT Elnusa Prima Elektrika in June 2005. The
Wärtsilä’s Negotiations On Supply Of Five Gas Power Plants To Azerbaijan Proceed; Construction Of First Power Plant Started
Wärtsilä was chosen in May to supply five gas power plants, with a total output of 450 MW, to Azerbaijan. The construction of the first 80 MW power plant has now been started. The value of the delivery for Wärtsilä for this plant is approximately EUR 30 million. Negotiations o
In May 2005, R. L. Turner Corporation of Indiana, USA, signed a contract with Wärtsilä for the purchase of an 8.4‑megawatt plant. The order, valued at approx. 4.4 million US dollars, consists of one Wärtsilä 20V34SG natural gas fuel engine. R. L. Turner will be responsib
Wärtsilä has won a contract to deliver a 45 MW power plant to Riyadh Cement Company (RCC) in Saudi Arabia. The value of the contract, signed in June 2005, is approx. EUR 26 million. The plant will be fully operational during the first half of 2007. To help meet a strong demand
The handing over ceremony of the 102 MW power plant for PT Antam Tbk took place in Jakarta, Indonesia on 26th April 2005. Wärtsilä Corporation was awarded the contract to supply a power plant for Antam's mine and ferronickel smelting plant at Pomalaa in South Sulawesi in 2003. Phase One (51 MW) of t
Wärtsilä Biopower Oy has been awarded a turnkey contract to supply a biomass-fuelled combined heat and power plant to BioTherm Baden GmbH & Co KG, Germany. The new plant will be located in the industrial park of Baden-Airpark, near Baden-Baden. It will have an electrical power output of up to 5.2 MW
Wärtsilä Corporation and Commissioning Italia SpA have jointly won a turnkey contract to supply a 24MW cogeneration power plant for Linate airport, Milan in Italy. The plant is to be built for Malpensa Energia Srl, whose shareholders are the Milan airport management company SEA Aeroporti Milano, and
The 267.4 MW Pavana III power plant in Honduras, Central America, was inaugurated on 28 January 2005. In a ribbon cutting ceremony and reception, Honduran President Ricardo Maduro officially inaugurated the plant, built by Wärtsilä Corporation for Luz y Fuerza de San Lorenzo S.A. (Lufussa), which is
Wärtsilä is to supply two biopower plants for combined heat and power production to Finnforest Corporation’s Vilppula and Renko sawmills. The power plants will be operational during the current year. The Vilppula and Renko sawmills are the largest business units in Finnforest’s Solid Wood division a