BWSC lands huge contract for African power plant

Danish power plant specialist BWSC has signed a contract to supply a 120 MW power plant in Africa for EUR 125 million.

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In collaboration with MAN Diesel and Turbo, Burmeister & Wain Scandinavian Contractor (BWSC) has been awarded a contract for EUR 125 million to supply a 120 MW power plant in Benin.

"We are pleased and appreciative of this opportunity given to us. This order underlines BWSC's strength as a leading EPC supplier and provider of the most efficient energy technology available in the market today. It marks the culmination of a close collaboration between the customer and BWSC and demonstrates our ability to work with governments and stakeholders from anywhere in the world based on our experience and competencies from the energy industry, our global presence, and the know-how of our 900 employees," says BWSC CEO, Anders Heine Jensen, in a press release.

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