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Korra Energi takes pride in the inauguration of its tri-generation power station under the BOOT system. - Korra Energi
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Korra Energi takes pride in the inauguration of its tri-generation power station under the BOOT system

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In the presence of His Excellency President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, Korra Energi takes pride in the inauguration of its tri-generation power station under the BOOT system.


Cairo, December 2022 – Korra Energi, a leading company in the fields of contracting and energy efficiency  for over 20 years, is honored by the inauguration of the tri-generation power station in Abu Rawash, Giza Governorate, by His Excellency President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. Korra Energi has designed, executed, financed, operated, and maintained the power station under the BOOT system. The station will provide 27 megawatts, equivalent to 16 tons of steam per hour, in addition to 430 tons of chilled water.

Moreover, the new power station will contribute to reducing carbon footprint, greenhouse gas emissions, and recovering wasted energy, aligning with Egypt’s 2030 vision for sustainable development and implementing COP27 decisions for the green transition. The tri-generation station will reduce energy costs and save 25% of natural gas consumption by generating multiple energy sources (electricity/heat) from the same energy/fuel source.

Engineer Ayman Korra, Chairman of Korra Energi, stated, “We take pride in the actual commencement of the station’s operation, through which we maximize the utilization of natural gas by simultaneously generating three forms of energy, primarily electricity. Steam and chilled water will be extracted from the generator exhaust gases. Additionally, the station will annually achieve a net reduction of 40,000 tons of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions.”

Korra added, “Our team has exerted tremendous efforts to complete the project, which has been designed according to international standards. We look forward to implementing more projects that contribute to community development.”

In the same context, Engineer Mohamed Medhat, Executive Director of the Sustainable Green Energy Unit at Korra Energi, stated, “We have worked tirelessly to implement this massive station, which will reduce energy costs and generate new thermal electricity sources from the same energy source. The tri-generation power station consists of three gas-fired reciprocating generators (combined electrical capacity of 9.7 megawatts), three boilers to recover wasted heat from generator exhaust gases, generating saturated steam (each with a capacity of 5.5 tons per hour – operating pressure of 10 bar), three heat exchangers to recover wasted heat from generator cooling water, and a steam-driven chiller using absorption cycle technology (cooling capacity of 500 tons). The station operates continuously in synchronization with the unified electricity grid at medium voltage (11 kV).”

Through the implementation of the power station, Korra Energi aims to maximize the utilization of gas as the main fuel by generating multiple energy sources (electricity/heat) from the same energy/fuel source, thereby achieving an overall station efficiency of 76%. Furthermore, it generates electrical energy using high-efficiency reciprocating generators and recovers wasted heat from both exhaust gases and cooling water to generate steam and chilled water without utilizing additional energy.

The station’s operation system relies on centralized co-generation of energy alongside energy consumption points, whether electric or thermal. This leads to saving losses and inefficiencies in energy generation, thus maximizing the utilization of natural gas compared to electricity consumption from the grid, which is sourced from natural gas power plants.