Together with Energie SaarLorLux, ENGIE Deutschland is driving forward the coal phase-out in Saarbrücken
Energie SaarLorLux is the electricity, gas and district heating supplier in Saarbrücken. The construction of the new gas engine plant Römerbrücke (GAMOR) with a total capacity of 53 MW each electrical and thermal will complement the existing combined heat and power plant. GAMOR will enable the company to phase out coal in Saarbrücken and will supply 65,000 households with electricity and 13,000 households with district heating in the future.
ENGIE Deutschland is planning and building the gas engine power plant as general contractor for Energie SaarLorLux. At the same time, Energie SaarLorLux is constructing a new gas pressure control system in order to adapt the increased gas demand to the changed generation situation of the power plant.
ENGIE Deutschland supported Energie SaarLorLux in the approval management process and was responsible for all planning, construction and commissioning of the gas engine power plant itself.
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