US, Japan firms sign milestone energy deals

Agreements were signed on April 26 for the supply of key components for Cambodia Energy II’s coal-fired power plant in Stung Hav, Sihanoukville province. General Electric will supply the boiler, electrostatic precipitator and steam turbine generator for the CEL2 plant. The US multinational will also provide a system to run digital emissions monitoring and analysis. TPSC, a subsidiary of Japanese electronics giant Toshiba, will  lead the engineering, procurement and construction at the 135-megawatt CEL2 plant, working with its subsidiaries in Malaysia and Thailand. The facility is expected to begin commercial operations in late 2019.

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