GE to Deliver 2.6 GW of Steam Turbines to Plants in China

 GE to Deliver 2.6 GW of Steam Turbines to Plants in China

GE has finalized two deals to deliver steam turbine generator units to coal-fired power plants in China.
GE will supply two ultra-supercritical steam turbines coupled with two turbo generators to Huaneng Power International’s (HPI) Taihang Power Plant, for a total generating capacity of 1320 MW. Located in North China’s Shanxi Province, the new resources will provide power to Beijing among other cities. Delivery is scheduled for the end of 2017.
GE will also deliver two 660-MW ultra-supercritical steam turbine generator units to China Power International Development Limited’s (CPI International) Dabieshan Power Plant phase two project. GE previously provided equipment for the first phase of the facility.  Delivery of equipment for the current project is expected in mid-2017.
Together, the projects will supply enough electricity to meet the equivalent needs of 1 million homes in the region.
GE’s manufacturing base in Beijing is a leading steam turbine and generator manufacturing site in China. It designs and builds GE steam turbines and turbo generators for the Chinese market, as well as for the rest of the world. It has the ability to manufacture steam turbines and generators with a capacity of 600 to 1,000 MW.

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