CHP plant reconstruction part of $90m Belarusian investment

The Council of Ministers of Belarus has approved a proposal by the State Standardization Committee and the Energy Ministry to take out an additional loan as large as $90m from the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) for the purposes of increasing the country’s energy efficiency.

The loan will be used to implement two investment projects as part of the Energy Ministry system.
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The projects envisage the reconstruction of turbines using modern steam-gas technologies at Mogilev cogeneration plant No. 1 at 105a Chelyuskintsev Street and the reconstruction of Gomel cogeneration plant No. 1, which contains a combined-cycle gas turbine, a gas-turbine unit, a heat-recovery boiler, and steam turbine installation.

As part of the reconstruction the power plants will start using steam-gas technologies. It will allow increasing their output potential, electricity generation, and performance of the previously installed equipment.

In order to accomplish that, there are plans to sign turn-key contracts with general contracts that have yet to be selected via open international tenders. The tenders will be held in line with IBRD rules.

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