Operation and maintenance support Charlottenburg CHP Plant
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Vattenfall Wärme Berlin AG
Germany 10553 Berlin
01/2015 - today
The CharlottenburgCombined Heat and Power Plant is one of the oldest power plant sites in Berlin. Energy production at the site started as early as in 1900. Today, a gas-fired power plant unit with three gas turbines, installed in an eye-catching orange building block is still in operation. This peak load CHP plant has been operated by Vattenfall since 2003 and has an electrical output of 215 MW and a thermal output of 295 MW.
The plant is mainly deployed for peak load operation. VPC supports the annual inspection/ overhaul work and lifetime extending measures. Damage appraisals and the addressing of operating issues are also part of the scope of services.
Services of VPC at a glance
Preparation, implementation and following-up of inspection measures, e.g. for gas turbines, burners, hot gas ducts, stacks, QA and documentation reviews
Support in planning of actions to be taken, scheduling, budget control, triggering ordering processes, preliminary coordination with suppliers and manufacturing companies
Development of maintenance concepts in consultation with the companies
Management of data for lists, e.g. lists of motors, consumers, valves and vessels