Two General Electric Turbines at Medway Power Station to

Two General Electric Turbines at Medway Power Station to Restart in
August, an Industrial Info News Alert 
CORDOBA, ARGENTINA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 07/21/08 --  Researched by
Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- Plant officials at
the 660-megawatt (MW) Medway Power Station, owned and operated by
Scottish & Southern Energy (LON:SSE) (Perth, United Kingdom), have
announced that the plant's two General Electric (NYSE:GE) (Fairfield,
Connecticut) 9FA gas turbines, named CT2, will come back online by
August 15. One of the CT2 units had experienced a problem in its
turbine blades, and the other experienced a compressor failure. 
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