Jahrom Combined Cycle Power Plant

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Jahrom Combined Cycle Power Plant

Jahrom Combined Cycle Power Plant with a nominal capacity of 2 MW is located on a 2 hectare land of Jahrom Road to Shiraz. The plant comprises three V2-9 units each with a capacity of 2 MW, all of which are currently in operation, and three units of steam each with a capacity of 2 MW, the first being in April and the second in April. The nationwide electricity grid is connected and in operation. It is also envisaged that the third steam unit will be completed by the end of the year and completed before the peak of the year. The gas section of the Jahrom combined cycle power plant consists of 4 V1.5 turbines each with a nominal capacity of 2 MW. This section has been able to play a significant role in the supply of sustainable electricity to the national grid with an average annual output (from 2 to 3 years) of approximately 2.5 million megawatts of energy, with the diligence, diligence and management planning and hard work of the plant. . Year 6 with measures taken such as scheduling non-peak visits, proper production and sales management in the wholesale and energy markets, installation of air turbine inlet cooling systems, etc. It reached 2.3 million megawatts. At the Jahrom Combined Cycle Power Plant, the three-unit steam-powered operation was resumed from year 6 with a contract with MAPNA, and is currently undergoing a 5% progress (by the end of June). It was synchronized with the global electricity grid with the due diligence of all the executives on the first 1/2/1/2 and 2/2/2 steam unit. For the third unit, steam is projected to grow by about 2% by the end of the year, completed and before peak use; The nominal capacity of each of these units is 2 and in total three units equal to 1 = 1 * 2 MW with a capital value of € 5 million. By utilizing the steam units of the Jahrom combined cycle power plant, in addition to supplying and increasing the capacity to generate this amount of electricity, positive environmental impacts and reduced greenhouse gas emissions will result in increased plant revenue and reduced fuel consumption