VDB Loi assists on gas engines and maintenance deal in MyanmarJanuary 29, 2015
VDB Loi assisted Myanmar based RGK+Z&A Group with the purchase of engines and associated systems for the country’s first medium speed gas engine-based power plant, the Hlagwa Power Plant. Bergen Engines, part of Rolls-Royce Power Systems (RRPS), signed a contract with RGK+Z&A Group of Myanmar for delivery of engines and associated systems for Phase II of the Hlagwa Power Plant.
The Hlawga Power Plant, located in Yangon near the Hlawga CCPP and Main Substation of MEPE, is a gas engine-based Independent Power Plant (IPP) owned by RGK+Z&A Group. It will deliver power to the Yangon grid and the contract stipulates a capacity of 25 MW. A Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) and other related agreements for the power plant have already been concluded by RGK+Z&A Group with MOEP.
RGK+Z&A Group is an engineering company based in Myanmar which focuses on the thermal power generation, green energy, transmission and distribution industries. The Hlawga Power Plant (Phase I) was built last year using high speed engines and was the first plant to conclude a PPA with MOEP.
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