ANDRITZ receives order for 41-MW Red Rock Falls Generation Station rehab

ANDRITZ has received an order from Mississagi Power Trust, a subsidiary of Evolugen by Brookfield Renewable, for rehabilitation of the G1 turbine and generator, as well as electrical balance of plant for G1 and G2 at the 41-MW Red Rock Falls Generation Station.

Red Rock Falls is located on the Mississagi River in the Algoma District of Ontario, Canada. The station began operating in 1961.

The scope of supply includes the design, manufacturing, transportation, erection, testing and commissioning of various new or refurbished turbine and generator components. including an upgraded 28-MW Kaplan runner, new control and protection systems, and various new electrical balance of plant equipment.

The first unit rehabilitation will start in June 2022, and final commissioning is expected in April 2023.

ANDRITZ offers a broad portfolio of plants, equipment, systems and services for the pulp and paper industry, the hydropower sector, the metals processing and forming industry, pumps, solid/liquid separation in the municipal and industrial sectors, as well as animal feed and biomass pelleting. ANDRITZ Hydro is a global supplier of electromechanical equipment and services for hydropower plants with an installed fleet of more than 470 GW.

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