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Alstom Power in Poland awarded the "Golden Laurel" in the filed of Innovativeness 2012
Alstom’s metro trainsets have begun commercial service on 28 March in Hungary on Budapest’s new underground line 4, the first automated metro line in Central-Eastern Europe. As part of the line’s official inauguration, 15 new Metropolis trainsets were put into operation.
EDF and Alstom have signed a contract for the turnkey construction of a complete Wet Flue Gas Desulphurisation (WFGD) plant at Rybnik Power Plant, southern Poland.
Alstom has signed contracts worth approximately €1.25 billion with Polimex, Rafako and Mostostal Warsawa, members of the consortium in charge of the supply of two 900 MW units to major Polish utility PGE (Polska Grupa Energetyczna).
Alstom sets a high-speed record in Poland reaching 293 km/h while conducting tests on its Pendolino train on the Gora Wlodowska - Psary line north-west of Krakow. The record was reached as Alstom was conducting tests in the presence and in partnership with its customer, Polish operator PKP Intercity.
Alstom is participating in this year's UN climate change negotiations (‘COP19’) in Warsaw, Poland, from 11-22 November 2013.
EDF Polska S.A. and ALSTOM Power Sp. z o.o. have signed a contract to reduce the NOx emissions of EDF Wybrzeże power plant based in Gdańsk. The scope of the contract includes engineering, procurement, delivery, erection and commissioning of the Low NOx solution.
Alstom Grid Poland and Elektrobudowa S.A. have signed two contracts for the delivery of a 400 kV gas-insulated substation at Skawina and a 220 kV substation at Byczyna, both located in southern Poland. The contracts are worth approximately €20 million. The equipment will be installed in the substations owned by PSE S.A. – Polish grid operator.
Alstom has signed approx. 16 mln Euro contract with TTP Kostolac Power Plant in Serbia for performance of a major overhaul concerning a turbine and generator at 348 MW Unit B1.
The first of 20 new-generation multiple units owned by PKP Intercity is already in Poland. On 12 August, at noon sharp, the light blue and silver multiple unit arrived in Wrocław Main Railway Station. On Friday, the train set off from Alstom’s plant in Italy. The entity in charge of its transport was PKP Cargo. The first train will now undergo numerous tests on various tracks, including the test track of the Railway In
Today, on 21 June 2013, Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk visited Alstom factory in Elbląg, Poland. The Prime Minister was accompanied by the Minister of Regional Development, Ms Elżbieta Bieńkowska.
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