NOVA – New Plymouth Power Plant 100 MW – Taranaki - Project Profile
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Nova Energy (NOVA), a subsidiary of Todd Corporation is planning to construct the New Plymouth Power Plant project in Taranaki region, New Zealand.
The project involves the construction of an open-cycle gas turbine power station with a capacity of 100MW.
The project includes the construction of a powerhouse, a storage facility, steam generating units, cooling towers and related facilities, the installation of turbines, chimneys and safety systems and the laying of transmission lines.
The power station will be designed primarily to provide peaking capacity, producing electricity during periods of high demand, but will also be capable of running as a base-load plant during periods when hydro and wind power are unable to generate.
In September 2013, NE received a resource consent approval from Taranaki Regional Council.
In June 2015, NOVA has invited expressions of interest (EOI) from parties interested for build, own, operate and transfer (BOOT) contract.
NOVA awaiting for the planning approvals and is in negotiations regarding selecting a preferred bidder.
The project involves the construction of an open-cycle gas turbine power station with a capacity of 100MW in New Plymouth, Taranaki region, New Zealand.