General Overview of ROMAG-TERMO Power Plant
ROMAG-TERMO Power Plant, a RAAN’s subsidiary company, is 5 km North-East away from Drobeta Turnu Severin town, on 67 DN national route connecting Drobeta Turnu Severin and Tg. Jiu cities.
ROMAG-TERMO Power Plant has been established in 1981, being named as “Drobeta Electrocentrale Enterprises” and it is intended to provide the steam for Heavy Water Plant and the heating for industry consumers and for Drobeta Turnu Severin Municipality. The Power Plant has been initially designed to have 7 boilers of 420 t/h steam out of what 6 boilers being designed to run on lignite fuel, one boiler one boiler has been designed to run on mazout fuel. Also, six 50 MW turbo-power groups have been designed to be commissioned, but only the power groups 1, 2, 3 and 4 have been executed insofar. Later on, two more steam boilers of 105 t/h have been mounted. These boilers have fast start-up so as they should be used in case of emergency events at ROMAG-PROD Heavy Water Plant. Power Plant components have been slightly modified by decommissioning the power-group no. 3 (D KU) and commissioning of TA5 and TA6 (turbines) of 50 MW and, respectively 25 MW.
According to its actual profile, ROMAG-TERMO Power Plant provides the process steam for ROMAG-PROD Heavy Water Plant (280 t/h and 31 MW) and also urban heating for Drobeta Turnu Severin Municipality (100 Gcal). In the same time, an electric power of over 160 MW is delivered to National Grid System.