Quanta Services wins contract for 120 MW combined cycle power plant in Alaska

Quanta Services Inc. announced that Quanta Power Generation, Inc., a Quanta Services company, was selected by Anchorage Municipal Light & Power for the George M. Sullivan Plant 2 Generation Replacement Project in Anchorage, Alaska.

Under the terms of the contract, signed in December 2013, Quanta Power Generation will provide engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for all equipment and facilities for the 120 MW plant.

Engineering and procurement activities will begin soon and construction of the plant is expected to be complete in September 2016. The facility is designed in a 2×1 combined-cycle configuration and will use GE LM6000 combustion turbine technology.

This power plant is expected to achieve reductions in natural gas use and emissions, while improving the heating of the municipal water supply and providing additional generation capacity to meet Anchorage’s power needs.

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