Unit I of Khorramabad Power Plant Synchronized to the Grid

The first gas-fired unit of Khorramabad Combined Cycle Power Plant was synchronized to the national grid.

With synchronization of this unit, MAPNA Combined Cycle Power Plants Construction & Development Company (MD-2) has now synchronized 98 power units to the grid with an aggregate capacity of 15,075 MWs.

The Khorramabad Combined Cycle Power Plant Project was initially assigned to MAPNA Group and Farab Company. In 2012, the project was reassigned to MAPNA Group exclusively under a turnkey contract.

Located 10 kilometers from the city of Khorramabad, center of Lorestan Province in western Iran, and the combined cycle power plant comprises two gas-fired units (162 MWs each) and one 160-MW steam cycle, totaling 484 megawatts. The power plant is equipped with E-type gas and steam turbines manufactured by MAPNA Turbine Engineering and Manufacturing Company (TUGA), HRSG and supplementary firing manufactured by MAPNA Boiler and Equipment Engineering and Manufacturing Company, power and control system developed by MAPNA Electric & Control Engineering & Manufacturing Company (MECO), ACC cooling system, and 230-kv substation.

Khorramabad Power Generation Company is the client of the project. Matin Energy Development Company serves as MC, and Moshanir is the project supervisor and consultant.

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