Power Projects

Power Projects

Energy for power generation comes from different sources. Wind is a very popular power source today, but fossil fuel or nuclear power are still the most widely used energy sources. The maintenance and construction of power plants is a strong market for PVE. With the constant upgrading of PVE’s crane fleet, the latest technologies in the crane industry are available to you.

Cranes for power projects

Wind farm projects are becoming a more important source of energy due to the global need to reduce CO2. In its fleet, PVE has some specialized cranes to work at heights of more than 100 meters and travel from one site to the next, without the need to disassemble the crane. Via our sister company we are able to offer Jack-Up barges with a capacity to lift up to 1000 ton modules for offshore windmill farms.

Hassyan clean coal plant

Hassyan Energy has started to build  its Hassyan clean coal plant in Dubai. The joint venture between Acwa Power, Harbin Holding Company and Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) said that it had reached financial close on funding for the first phase of its proposed 2.4 gigawatt coal fired power station in Hassyan, close to Dubai’s border with Abu Dhabi and around 60 kilometres south-west of central Dubai.

Hassyan Energy said that total project investment stood at $3.4bn with limited recourse project financing split into a combination of senior secured financing and a secured mezzanine tranche.

The banks and financial institutions involved included Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Bank of China, Agricultural Bank of China, China Construction Bank, Silk Road Fund, First Gulf Bank, Union National Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, National Commercial Bank, Commercial Bank International and Emirates NBD.
In November The National reported that construction work on the project had already started after a funding agreement had been struck with banks.
“The commitments from a diverse group of lenders from various jurisdictions demonstrates the strength of the transaction and, above all, further demonstrates the faith and belief that financial markets have in Dewa’s track record and strength and belief in the Dubai initiatives in delivering large scale projects on the PPP framework,” said Mohammed Abunayyan, chairman of Acwa Power.
We have secured an order of 6+ cranes for this project

Djelfa Power Plant- Algeria

Djelfa Power Plant- Algeria

The Djelfa plant, 300 kilometres from Algiers, will feature four gas turbines and two steam turbines in addition to four heat recovery boilers, and will be the largest power plant built by the DF to date exceeding 1,250 MW. The project also involves the Balance of Plant systems necessary for the plant operation, such as compressed air, cooling systems, water treatment plant and effluent storage tanks, fuel handling system, electrical and control systems etc. .The implementation period of the project is 40 months and will be developed by DF under turnkey modality.

New Capital Power Plant- Egypt

New Capital Power Plant- Egypt

The 4,800MW New Capital power plant is being developed by Cairo Electricity Production Company (CEPC), a subsidiary of the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC). The new combined-cycle power plant (CCPP) will be located in the proposed new capital of Egypt, approximately 45km east of Cairo. It is scheduled to become fully operational in the first half of 2018. The plant will significantly increase Egypt’s electricity generation capacity, while contributing to the national economic development.

PVE’s Terex CC2800 Narrow Track crane is being used on Windmill projects

PVE Cranes & Services in Oosterhout is putting its Terex-Demag CC2800 to use on several large scale, onshore windmill projects in Europe. The Narrow Track system enables the customer to use acces roads of only 5 mtrs wide. This is a cost saving feature which helps reducing the total construction cost AND construction time of windmill projects.

PVE delivers yet another crane to the Chernobyl Arch Construction

PVE delivers yet another crane to the Chernobyl Arch Construction

PVE has delivered a fourth crane to the Chernobyl construction project “Novarka” meaning New Arch. PVE A 300 ton capacity Manitowoc 2250 has been delivered and erected for immediate use. The Ukrainian government appointed an international consortium called Novarka, to cap the whole Chernobyl plant with a massive arch-like structure that will be assembled alongside the plant and slid over the turbine hall to seal it off. The 108-metre high arch, equivalent in height to a 30-storey building, will be 162 metres in length with a 257-metre span. It will weigh 30,000 tonnes, including a 23,000-tonne metal frame, and is designed to last 100 years, requiring up to 1,000 people for construction. The main objectives of the containment shelter are to confine radioactive matter, protect workers on the site, protect from weather damage the existing sarcophagus and allow deconstruction of Unit 4 of the Chernobyl power plant to begin.

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