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LIQUID FUEL POWER PLANTS
SUAPE II, BRAZIL
Type..............Wärtsilä 46 liquid fuel power plant
Operating mode.Peak load/stand-by & emergency
Gensets..............................17 x Wärtsilä 20V46F
Total output............................................ 380 MW
Fuel...............................................................HFO
Delivered.................................................... 2011
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MASTERING YOUR POWER NEEDS
BENEFITS OF WÄRTSILÄ
LIQUID FUEL POWER PLANTS
•• High electrical efficiency
•• Fast start-up – less than 2.5 min
from hot standby to full plant load
Increasing demands for energy and long distances from power plant to
end user affect the reliability of electricity supply and the price of energy.
Wärtsilä brings the power to where it is needed and offers genuine
flexibility in the scope of delivery, use of fuel and operational plant
capacity.
•• Option of combined heat and power
•• Excellent plant availability and less
need for back-up capacity thanks to
multi-unit installation
•• Maintenance schedule independent
of the number of starts, stops or
trips
•• High part-load efficiency
•• Full plant output in hot and dry
ambient conditions
•• Minimal water consumption due to
closed-circuit radiator cooling
•• Fuel flexibility, ability to run on
heavy fuel oil, light fuel oil, crude oil,
emulsified fuels or liquid biofuel
•• Large worldwide reference base and
proven performance
•• Stepwise investment for optimal
generation profit and minimum risk.
Wärtsilä is one of the leading global providers of flexible power plants for
utilities, IPPs, municipalities and industry. The power plants are designed
for efficient, economical and environmentally sound power production
coupled with uncompromising reliability. The product range comprises
oil- and multi-fuelled power plants with outputs ranging from 3 to
600 MW. High efficiency, low emissions and proven long-term reliability
make the plants suitable for stationary and floating baseload, for grid
stability and peaking services, and for a wide variety of industrial selfgeneration applications.
An extensive range of customer options – simple-cycle electricity
generation, industrial steam production, combined cycle, fresh
water production, CHP, etc. – optimise plant economy for the lowest
operational cost per output unit.
Wärtsilä power plants comply with various national and local
environmental requirements as well as with the World Bank Guidelines
for Thermal Power Plants.
Unrivalled experience, proven technology and local customer support
worldwide ensure the performance of Wärtsilä power plants throughout
their lifecycle.
LIQUID POWER PLANTS BY WÄRTSILÄ
•• More than 4000 power plants
•• More than 8600 gensets
•• More than 42 GW in operation
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The plant layout of the Pavana III plant
accommodates 16 Wärtsilä 18V46 engines in two
separate engine halls linked by a control room.
This design allows the operator to have visual
contact with all the engines. The plant is also
equipped with Wärtsilä’s state-of-the-art control
and monitoring systems, allowing easy and safe
operation from the comfort of the control room.
GREAT POWER COMES IN ALL SIZES
BASELOAD POWER GENERATION
Low emissions and proven long-term reliability
make Wärtsilä power plants suitable for both
land based stationary and relocatable floating
baseload applications. They provide a solution
even in areas considered too challenging for
any other form of power generation, such
as remote developing territories, islands and
regions with extreme climates.
GRID STABILITY AND PEAKING
Wärtsilä power plants often operate with the
transmission grid when demand for electricity,
and as a result prices, are at their highest.
Grid stability and peaking applications are
typically engineered for 1000-6000 operating
hours a year. Due to their environmentally
advanced design and high efficiency, they are
typically permitted to operate more hours than
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the conventional peaking plant profile of 100500 hours a year.
A lower operating cost power plant with
minimal environmental impact will always be
dispatched first and disengaged last, creating
more revenues for its operators.
INDUSTRIAL SELF-GENERATION
Integrability, flexibility and outstanding plant
efficiency are properties valued by industries
that depend on reliable, decentralised power
generation.