Angola: New turbines for Lobito’s Quileva plant

Issue 341 - 02 Mar 2017 | 1 minute read
General Electric’s Angolan partner AE Energia has delivered three 28MW turbines to the Quileva thermal power plant in Lobito to increase its capacity to 215MW. The TM 2500 turbines, which were manufactured at a GE plant in Hungary, will undergo testing before being connected to the grid. The Ministry of Energy and Water said the increased generation capacity aims to improve supply to the cities of Benguela, Lobito, Catumbela and Baía Farta.

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