Tuas Power starts up its gas-fired cogen plant

The $400m plant increases genco's gas-fired capacity to 1,876 MW

TUAS Power has just started up its latest 406-megawatt, gas-fired cogeneration plant, which will help the third-largest genco here maintain its Singapore market position especially given "the much fiercer competition" this year, parent China Huaneng said in Beijing yesterday.

The more efficient, environmental-friendly cogen unit, costing some $400 million, increases Tuas Power's gas-fired capacity to 1,876 MW, or 70 per cent of the genco's total 2,670 MW generating capacity.

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