The Cannon Falls Energy Center is comprised of two General Electric Model 7FA simple cycle combustion turbines and associated equipment.
What does SCCT stand for?
SCCT stands for Simple Cycle Combustion Turbine (power industry)
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We have 24 other meanings of SCCT in our Acronym Attic
- Saddle Creek Community Services District (Copperopolis, CA)
- Samoan Community Council of San Diego (California)
- Santa Cruz County Sanitation District (Santa Cruz, CA)
- Sioux City Community School District (Iowa)
- South Coast Computing Services, Inc. (Houston, TX)
- Southern California Council of Self-Insurers (employment insurance)
- South Carolina Center for Safe Schools (Columbia, SC)
- South Carolina Council for the Social Studies (Columbia, SC)
- Southern California Cigar Smoking Society
- Seventies Classic Club Trophy (cars; France)
- Sioux City Community Theatre
- Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography (Washington, DC)
- Splinter Cell Chaos Theory (game)
- State College Community Theatre (State College, PA)
- Suez Canal Container Terminal
- Santa Clara County Traffic Authority
- Santa Clara County Transportation Agency (California)
- South Carolina Cable Television Association (est. 1971)
- South County Community Tennis Association (Wakefield, RI)
- Southern California Cable and Telecommunications Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Spindle Hill Energy Center is comprised of two General Electric Model 7FA simple cycle combustion turbines and associated equipment.
announced today that it has filed an application with the North Dakota Public Service Commission for an advance determination of prudence to construct, own and operate an 88-megawatt simple cycle combustion turbine, as well as the related infrastructure needs for the project.
Proceeds of the bonds will be used to construct a 49MW gas-fired simple cycle combustion turbine.
In January, SPS applied for permission from the NMPUC to add one 104-megawatt simple cycle combustion turbine to the natural gas-fueled Cunningham complex, to be in service by June 1, 1997.