Amgalan Power Plant is a 348MW coal fired power project. It is located in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. According to GlobalData, who tracks and profiles over 170,000 power plants worldwide, the project is currently active. It has been developed in a single phase. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in November 2015. Buy the profile here.


The project was developed by The First Northeast Electric Power Engineering.

It is a Steam Turbine with Cogen power plant.

The project cost is $54.582m.

The Coal fired project consists of 3 steam turbines, each with 116MW nameplate capacity.

Development status

The project got commissioned in November 2015.

Contractors involved

The First Northeast Electric Power Engineering was selected to render engineering procurement construction services for the coal fired power project.

Wuxi Huaguang Boiler supplied steam boiler for the project.

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About The First Northeast Electric Power Engineering

The First Northeast Electric Power Engineering Co (NEPC) is an electric power construction service provider. The company offers power construction, and operation and management services. It provides equipment maintenance and commissioning, design and construction, and management services. NEPC offers erection and maintenance of power plants including fossil, wind, nuclear, photovoltaic, coal-fired, oil and gas-fired, and biomass plants. The company also provides civil building construction, power plants management, project management, general contracting, project contracting, and others. Its projects comprise Tieling Power Plant, Indonesia Euro-Asia Wood Industry, Turkey EREN Coal-Fired Power Plant, Fuxin Power Plant, Huaneng Dandong Power Plant Project, Guohua Huanghua Power Plant Project, and others. The company has operations in Shenyang, Guangdong, Tieling, Liaoyang, Fushun, and Shenzhen, China. NEPC is headquartered in Shenyang, China.


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