Siemens delivers for Hong Kong gas power plant

Siemens has received an order from Castle Peak Power Company Limited(CAPCO) for the delivery of a power block for a new combined cycle gas-fired power unit in its Black Point Power Station in Tuen Mun, in the northwest of Hong Kong.

Scheduled to be in operation before 2020, the plant will have an installed total capacity of 550 MW to supply approximately a million households with electricity.
SGT-8000H Siemens gas turbine
In carrying out this contract, Siemens is delivering an H-class gas turbine to Greater China for the first time, and has now sold a total of 80 SGT-8000H units worldwide.

The total order for Siemens includes the delivery and commissioning of the power block, with a single-shaft configuration. The power block’s core will consist of an SGT5-8000H gas turbine, an SST5-5000 steam turbine, a water-cooled SGen5-3000W generator manufactured in Germany as well as the SPPA-T3000 control system.

Hong Kong’s government set an objective to increase local gas generation to around 50 per cent of the total fuel mix for electricity generation by 2020, while decreasing emissions and pollutant output from power generation sector.

This marks the first order for Siemens power plant components from Hong Kong in 20 years. CAPCO is a joint venture of China Southern Power Grid International Limited and CLP Power Hong Kong Limited (CLP Power).



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