Energy Development Projects:

-Feb. 2015 109MW LMS100 PJM, US

-July 2014 30MW Southampton,UK

-Nov. 2013 109MW Danbury, CT

-June 2013 109MW Danbury, CT

-Jun. 2013 10MW Calverton, NY

-Jan. 2012 Phase2 70MW D.R.

-Jan. 2012 Design D.R. 60MW plant

-Dec. 2011 E.T.F. 70MW

-Jan. 2010 Egypt Marsa Alam3 140MW

-Sept. 2009 Egypt Marsa Alam2 70MW

-Nov. 2008 Egypt Marsa Alam 70MW

-June 2007 E. Timor National Power Project 300MW






Energy Development Projects

Designing a complete power generation project in today's complex energy environment requires focused attention on all aspect of the design which will ultimately yield higher IRR for the project.

Lotus Energy Group design team breaks down the project into the following Category:

I-Power-plant performance targets
II-Fuel source, availability and chemistry
III-Water source, chemistry, treatment and steam cooling
IV-Interconnection logistics
V-Noise constraints

Lotus Identify and address all Site related factors early on in the project to create a blue print for equipment selection

2-Technology Selection
I-Gas Turbine
II-Compressor intercooler
III-Water Injection for NOx control
IV-HRSG equipment
V-SCR systems
VI-CO catalyst
VII-Steam cooling

GE-LMS100 / LM6000

I- Liquid Discharge (ZLD) system
II-Emission requirements
III-Ammonia discharge limitations
IV-NoX emission limitations
V-CO2 emission limitations

I-Engineer-Procure-Construct (EPC)
II-Program safety assessment / audit team
III-Construction management
IV-Environmental protection during construction

After construction reaches completion the testing and commissioning activties commence by the Lotus Power-Up team, the team is involved in the project from the design phase in order to expedite the commissioning cycle and get the plant on-line within budget

GE Frame combined Cycle Power Generation Facility


Lotus Energy Group GE LMS-100 Gas Turbine application