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Statkraft increases capacity at Knapsack

Norwegian energy company Statkraft has decided to increase its gas-fired power capacity in Knapsack, Germany. The investment amounts to EUR 367 million (around NOK 3 billion).

An EPC-contract has been signed with German Siemens AG, regarding engineering, procurement and construction of a 430 MW combined-cycle gas turbine next to Statkraft's existing power plant in Knapsack.

The construction is expected to start during the summer 2011, and the new unit is expected to be operational by July 2013.

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