CHP project in China to use GE engines

Combined heat and power GE Jenbacher J620 engines China cogeneration gas

Jiangsu Yonggang Group (YG Group) will install four GE (NYSE: GE) 1.97 MW Jenbacher cogeneration engines to generate 7.88 MW of power and heat for a steel mill in China.

GE said it plans to deliver the J620 engines by September, and the plant is scheduled for commercial start-up by the end of 2013. The Yonggang blast furnace gas (BFG) power plant in China will be the first commercial gas engine BFG project in the world.

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