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Besòs Combined Cycle Thermal Power Station

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The modern combined cycled power stations present a cogeneration model that considerably increases their efficiency compared with conventional power stations. Their endless advantages make them an option for both the present and the future.

The visit to the Combined Cycle Thermal Station of Besòs starts in a room where the teacher gives the visitors information on the theoretical topics that will be dealt with during the visit, without forgetting the comparisons with the conventional thermal power station.

During this visit, the visitors can appreciate the most important elements of a power station: the gas and steam turbines, the condenser, the recovery boiler, the decantation pool, the transformer, the control room ... with the aid of a learning dossier, adapted to the level of studies being followed, the students can follow the explanations more efficiently. The final information provided to all facilitates the consolidation of the concepts learnt.

The prior material necessary can be downloaded for free at the private area in the website. This visit can also be carried out as an informative activity. In this case, however, no dossier or didactic material is provided.

For further information and bookings please contact us at 902.50.00.49 or email us at endesaeduca@endesa.es

  • Level: Second Cycle of Secondary Education, Baccalaureate, Professional Colleges and any group of people wishing to visit it.
  • Venue: Combined Cycle Thermal Power Station, Av. Eduard Maristany 46-48, 08930 Sant Adrià del Besòs, Barcelona.
  • Timetable: Monday and Friday, at 9.30 and at 11.30.
  • Duratio: 1 hour and 45 minutes.
  • Price: Free
  • Didactic material provided to the visitors: If the activity is educational, prior learning and reinforcement dossiers. In the case it is informative these are not provided.
  • Maximum number of attendants: class group or 25 attendants.

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