Good News! By 2025, Moldova will have two new thermal power plants

By 2025, the Republic of Moldova will have two thermoelectric cogeneration plants based on flexible technology – internal combustion engines and will have a capacity of 55 MW/h – electricity and 43 Gcal/h – heat. The announcement was made today, December 7, by the Minister of Infrastructure and Regional Development, Andrei Spînu.

According to Spînu, these two new power plants will replace the former CET-1, which was put into operation back in 1951. The procurement procedures for the design, supply, installation and commissioning of the power plants were launched by the Consolidated Unit for the Implementation and Monitoring of Energy Projects, and the tender documents can be found here.

The new efficient plants will also have photovoltaic installations with a capacity of 100 kW, thus contributing to the development of renewable energy sources in the country.

Andrei Spînu states that the construction of the two power plants supports “the energy independence of the Republic of Moldova and they are built with the financial support of the World Bank Moldova”.


Subscribe to our newsletter

Similar Articles


Most Popular