Head of GECOL visits the West Tripoli Emergency Plant Project

GECOL's board of directors and chairman paid a field visit to the West Tripoli Emergency Plant Project to receive updates on the work in progress

The issues being faced by the GECOL operators and the struggles during peak summer hours were addressed during the visit. [Photo: GECOL]

The Chairman and members of the Board of Directors of the State Electricity Company (GECOL), as well as the accompanying team, paid a field visit to the West Tripoli Emergency Plant Project. 

According to the company’s information office, the visit is to observe the operation of the project, which is being carried out by the German firm Siemens AG  and Turkish ENKA and has a capacity of 670 megawatts.

The company’s Board of Directors and the accompanying delegation also paid a visit for maintenance work on the sixth unit at the West Tripoli steam station, which had reached the operational test stage and would be completed and connected to the network in the coming days.

During the visit, the plant’s and its operators’ issues and challenges were addressed, and the required and necessary methods were given to the plant’s operators so that they could properly execute their job, depending on the energy company.

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