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Wartsila wins €80M contract to supply gas-fired projects to US utility

Wärtsilä Corp. won an €80 million contract to supply two natural-gas fired power plants totaling 188 MW to an unnamed investor-owned utility in the U.S. in 2018.

Subject to regulatory approval, the installation of the company's Wärtsilä 50SG engines at the facilities will help compensate for the loss of generating capacity caused after the retirement of a local coal-fired generating station, according to a June 1 news release.

The power plants are expected to enter operations in 2019.