Wärtsilä is building the largest tri-fuel power plant in the world in Jordan near Amman. The plant is powered by a total of 38 Wärtsilä 50DF multi-fuel engines, which in ISO conditions produce 632 MW of electricity. Even in the most extreme ambient conditions in Jordan, the power plant will produce a firm constant capacity of 573 MW.
The 573 MW tri-fuel power plant is capable of utilizing natural gas, heavy fuel oil and light fuel oil as its main fuels. The first phase is scheduled to be in commercial operation in February 2014, with the entire plant being operable by September of that same year.
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