Technical specifications

Concrete 100,000 m³
Reinforcement
12,000 t
Formwork 100,000 m²
of which
Formwork for ceilings up to a height of 10 m 45,000 m²
2 stair towers in slip forming approx. 130 m high

 

General data

Client
E.ON Kraftwerke GmbH Tresckowstr. 5, 30457 Hannover

Contract value
44 Mio. €

Construction period
2007-2009

Since 1964, there has been a traction power generation station consisting of three blocks with an electric power of 303 MW in Datteln. In May 2007, Wayss & Freytag Ingenieurbau AG, Area Mitte (Centre), was awarded the contract for the construction of a new power plant for E.ON Kraftwerke GmbH, Gelsenkirchen, in a joint venture. The district heating power will be 2550 MW, the net electric power 1054 MW. The plant consists of the main components power house with steam turbine, substation, boiler house with a steam generator, electrostatic filter, flue gas desulfurization system (FGD plant) and cooling tower as well as various service buildings.

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