October 20, 2017

VPower signs two power agreements

The signing ceremony between VPower and Myanma Electric Power Enterprise. Photo: Supplied
The signing ceremony between VPower and Myanma Electric Power Enterprise. Photo: Supplied

THE VPower Group signed two power agreements with the state-owned Myanma Electric Power Enterprise on 11 March in Nay Pyi Taw.
The company won the two power generation projects in October 2015. One is the extension of a gas plant in the Kyaukpru Special Economic Zone, and the other is in Myingyan, near Mandalay.
The Kyaukpru Phase-2 power plant will double the plant’s power generation capacity to 90 MW by the summer of 2016. The additional power will also feed directly the existing 230kV transmission network, like the Phase-1 power plant.
The original turnkey facility was installed in just 120 days, providing enough power to serve more than six million people.—GNLM

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