GHKW Kiel - tender engines and systems engineering.
Stadtwerke Kiel AG | Published November 13, 2013 - Deadline December 15, 2013
To secure the supply of district heating Kiel SWK intends a fast and a lot bootable gas plant with a thermal output of up to 200 MW to build. The power plant will be equipped with up to 20 gas engines, each with 10 MW of electrical power (+ / -1 MW). In order to utilize the heat produced during power generation even in periods of low heat demand as possible, a heat storage is used with a volume of approximately 30,000 m³. The decoupling of heat and electricity market, the new plant can be used in accordance with applicable respectively on day-ahead or spot market electricity and natural gas prices improved. The required flexibility is achieved by a design for very frequent and quick starts. Even with plant shutdowns, the power plant to provide secondary control should be ready for the electricity market. If the registered secondary control energy retrieved by the relevant network operator, the performance of the system must be provided within 5 minutes even at a standstill. Part of the tender "engines and systems engineering" is the creation of detailed planning, approval planning, supply, erection and commissioning of the above-mentioned power plant. Furthermore, coupled a service and maintenance contract at the conclusion of the planning and delivery of the power plant contract. The tender "engines and systems engineering" includes: - Power plant buildings (up to 4 building blocks for each 5 motors and pumps Hall) - Necessary outbuildings, such as workshop building, spare parts, air buildings, control center building, fuel storage, - engine technology (motors with auxiliary systems such example Coolers , lubricating oil and compressed air systems) - Total plant engineering (process engineering, especially district heating involvement with enclosed heat storage, including large electrical transformers, control, TGA, etc.), - foundation work (including piling).