Introduction to the Complementary Fired Combined Cycle Power Plant

Introduction to the Complementary Fired Combined Cycle Power Plant Authors John H. Copen (Presenter of Record) Siemens Power Generation Terrence B. Sullivan Siemens Power Generation ABSTRACT This paper challenges the conventional method of fuel-based bottoming cycle power augmentation in a combined cycle plant, in which a fuel source is combusted in the hot flue gas […]

High Operational Flexibility and Low Emissions

High Operational Flexibility and Low Emissions A power plant’s operational flexibility is a crucial factor for its commercial success in a dynamic market environment. There is a much higher demand for flexibility regarding fuel composition, and plants are expected to manage operations between the two extremes of daily start and stop and base-load operation. Alstom […]

Siemens Secures Power & Water Order for UAE

Siemens Energy has secured an order from Abu Dhabi for construction of the Shuweihat II combined cycle power plant with integrated seawater desalination facility. The company will build the plant as a turnkey project together with the partners Doosan Heavy Industries and Samsung Engineering & Construction approximately 200 kilometers west of Abu Dhabi. After the […]


After only 26 months of construction, Siemens Energy officially handed over the Bugok II Combined Cycle Power Plant to GS Electric Power and Services Co. Ltd. (GS EPS), Seoul, South Korea. Excellent global teamwork and a fruitful partnership with GS EPS, allowed the Bugok II Power Plant to be commissioned and put online approximately one […]


The combined-cycle power plant Castejon 2, constructed in Navarra, Spain, is a KA26-1 Single Shaft Power Train delivering 424 MW to the grid at ISO conditions that was delivered in just 24.5 months, thanks to Alstom’s Plant Integrator approach. The Castejon 2 plant uses the latest rating of the GT-26, which has a net capacity […]