Project Details

Lodi Energy Center
Cupertino Electric utility construction project at the Lodi Energy Center in Lodi, California
Lodi, CA
Project Size: 
296 MW
Project Summary: 

The Lodi Energy Center (LEC) is a 1x1 combined-cycle, nominal 296 Megawatt (MW) Siemens “Flex Plant 30″ power generation facility was a new construction project of a natural gas-fired turbine-generator, a single condensing steam turbine, a seven (7)-cell cooling tower, and associated balance-of-plant equipment. The project was built for the Northern California Power Agency on a 4.4-acre parcel and was integrated with an existing combustion turbine facility featuring new combined generation technology, making it the first of its kind. The project included the installation of a 135 MVA combustion turbine generator, a heat recovery and steam generation system, a 115 MVA steam turbine generator, and associated water treatment and cooling systems. In addition, CEI was responsible for the complete design of the “house” electrical system for the steam turbine and water treatment buildings. The duration of the project was 25 months.



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