EGAT – Thermal Power Plant 1320 MW – Binh Dinh - Project Profile
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EGAT International Co., Ltd. (EGAT), a subsidiary of the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand is planning to undertake the Thermal Power Plant project in Binh Dinh, central Quang Tri Province of Vietnam.
The project involves construction of a coal based thermal power plant with a capacity of 1,320MW on 402ha of land. It is divided into two phases of each 660MW under a Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) form.
It also includes the construction of power house, coal storage, washing units, coal burning units, ash collectors, water storage units, steam condenser units, laying of transmission lines, the installation of generators and transformers.
In June 2014, EGAT and the MoIT’s Department of Energy signed an MoU on the construction of the project.
As of June 2015, Vietnam-Thailand joint cabinet meeting was held, which emphasized on progress of the project.
On December 7, 2016, the Ministry of Industry and Trade approved the feasibility study report.
Negotiations on the BOT contract are underway. Construction works on the first phase is scheduled to complete in 2023 and the second phase in 2024.
The project involves construction of a 1,320MW coal based thermal power plant on 402ha of land in central Quang Tri province, Vietnam.
The US$2,384 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a power house
2. Construction of coal storage and washing units
3. Construction of coal burning units
4. Construction of a switch-yard for power evacuation
5. Installation of high and low turbines
6. Installation of generators
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