act legal European law firm advised Doosan Škoda Power s.r.o. on executing EPC agreement with Orlen S.A. Posted on 2. February 20242. February 2024 by Barbara Leleno Thanks to the partnership collaboration of act legal offices from Poland and the Czechia that provided legal services during the procurement procedure and negotiations, Doosan Škoda Power s.r.o. struck an EPC agreement with Orlen S.A. for modernization of TG-4 and TG-5 turbine generator sets of 55 MW each at Orlen’s combined heat and power plant in Płock, as well as a long-term service agreement (LTSA). Interdisciplinary team of lawyers engaged in the project included: Mgr. Jakub Adamek – Senior Lawyer/ act legal Czechia, Mgr. Jan Havel – Partner/ act legal Czechia, Marek Wojnar – Managing Partner, attorney-at-law/ act legal Poland, Piotr Giżyński – Senior Lawyer, attorney-at-law/ act legal Poland. The total value of the project exceeds EUR 125 million (PLN 540 million). Doosan Škoda Power s.r.o. is a manufacturer and supplier of turbine generator sets which ensure maximum efficiency, strength and reliability in the power generation sector. The PKN Orlen’s combined heat and power plant in Płock is the biggest industrial CHP plant in Poland and one of the largest in Europe in terms of thermal capacity; it produces heat and electrical power in high-efficiency cogeneration process. It is also a major supplier of heat contained in steam and heating water, as well as electricity, used for production facilities and external customers, including the city of Płock. The new project will contribute to increased energy efficiency of the CHP plant in Płock. The project completion is planned for mid- 2029.