The plant will be under Cambodian Energy II CO.
Toshiba Plant Systems & Services Corporation announced that it has won a contract for a new coal-fired power generation project in the Kingdom of Cambodia, in cooperation with its Southeast Asian subsidiaries, TPSC Engineering (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd. (TPSC/MLY) and TPSC (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
The project covers construction of a 150 MW coal-fired power generation plant in Sihanoukville, on Cambodia’s southwest coast, for Cambodian Energy II CO., Ltd. (CEL2).
Generated electricity will be purchased by Electricité du Cambodge. CEL2 selected TPSC on the basis of evaluation of TPSC’s extensive experience and capabilities in power plant construction in international markets, its high level technologies, and its ability to meet strict Japanese criteria for plant reliability and performance.
TPSC is the first Japanese company to win a power plant construction contract in Cambodia. TPSC and its group companies will be responsible for the overall project, including engineering, equipment supply, construction work, installation, testing and adjustment. TPSC will manage the entire project and engineering, TPSC/MLY will be responsible for procurement of equipment, and TPSC/THAI will handle construction.
Through proactive collaboration, TPSC aims to complete construction by November 2019. TPSC has rich experience and a proven record in turnkey EPC projects, and in the supply and installation of main turbines and the balance of plant in Southeast Asia. Demand for electricity is growing fast across the region, and TPSC is in negotiations for several projects.
The company is closely focused on the region, and hopes to win multiple projects. Further afield, there is growing market interest in TPSC’s 50 to 300MW-class thermal power systems in Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia. TPSC is deploying resources in all of these regions and proactively promoting global business expansion.
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