In this paper is performed energy evaluation of steam turbine from the solar-based combined cycle power plant which includes analysis of each cylinder and the whole turbine. Steam turbine has three cylinders – high, intermediate and low pressure cylinders (HPC, IPC and LPC). Observed turbine is interesting because it possesses steam cooling before its expansion through the last cylinder (LPC). Due to unknown steam mass flow rates through each cylinder, for the evaluation are used specific variables. The highest specific work is obtained in LPC, while the lowest specific work is obtained in IPC. The highest loss of a specific work is obtained in LPC (29.8 kJ/kg), followed by HPC (24.5 kJ/kg), while the lowest loss of a specific work is obtained for the IPC (19.5 kJ/kg). Regardless of higher loss in specific work, HPC has higher energy efficiency in comparison to IPC (95.08% in comparison to 95.02%), while the lowest energy efficiency of all cylinders has LPC (94.92%). For the whole observed steam turbine loss of a specific work is equal to 73.8 kJ/kg, while the energy efficiency of the whole turbine is 95.00%.