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Loy Yang B project approved

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ENGIE has welcomed the Environment Protection Authority’s (EPA) recommended approach to granting statutory approval for the turbine upgrade project at the Loy Yang B power station.

The approved project will see the retrofit of two turbines with a higher efficiency design to improve the station’s thermal efficiency and increase operating flexibility. The works will occur in 2019 and 2020 during planned outages.

An ENGIE Loy Yang B spokesperson said the company acknowledged the work and assistance of the Environment Protection Authority through the Works Approval process, and looked forward to continuing to work with the regulator during the project.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/power/25012017/loy-yang-b-project-approved/

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