Braila Thermal Power Plant is a 437MW oil fired power project. It is located in Braila, Romania. The project is currently active. It has been developed in multiple phases. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in September 1973.
|Project Type||Total Capacity (MW)||Active Capacity (MW)||Pipeline Capacity (MW)||Project Status||Project Location||Project Developer||Thermal||437||437||–||Active||Braila, Romania|
The project is currently owned by S.C. Termoelectrica with a stake of 100%.
It is a Steam Turbine power plant. The power plant run on dual-fuel. The primary fuel being used to power the plant is fuel oil. In case of shortage of fuel oil the plant can also run on Natural Gas. The project underwent through rehabilitation & modernization during 2018-2020.
The project got commissioned in September 1973.
Technopromexport was selected to render EPC services for the oil fired power project.
Braila Thermal Power Plant (Braila Thermal Power Plant Unit I) is equipped with Leningradsky Metallichesky Zavod K–200–130–1 steam turbine. The phase consists of 1 steam turbine with 227MW nameplate capacity.
Braila Thermal Power Plant (Braila Thermal Power Plant Unit II) is equipped with Leningradsky Metallichesky Zavod K–200–130–1 steam turbine. The phase consists of 1 steam turbine with 210MW nameplate capacity.
Electrosila supplied TVV-200-2 electric generator for the Braila Thermal Power Plant (Braila Thermal Power Plant Unit I).
Electrosila supplied TVV-200-2 AY3 electric generator for the Braila Thermal Power Plant (Braila Thermal Power Plant Unit II).
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