South Helwan supercritical power plant is a 1.95GW gas and oil-fuelled power plant built in Helwan, a city situated along the Nile River and south of Cairo in Egypt.
Upper Egypt Electricity Production Company (UEEPC), a subsidiary of Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC), is responsible for the development of the project. The estimated investment in the South Helwan supercritical power plant is $2.4bn.
The project is one of the biggest thermal power plants (TPP) in Egypt and created approximately 4,000 jobs.
Construction of the TPP started in 2016. In May 2020, AC Boilers, the boiler supplier, completed the reliability run test on Unit 3.
Along with its partner EGYPTROL, AC Boilers completed the performance test of Unit 3 on heavy fuel oil in July 2020, marking the completion of the project.
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