GE Vernova earns China turbine orders
22 August 2023
Two plants are expected to deliver heat and up to 480 MW of electricity
GE Vernova has secured four gas turbines orders that are expected to help boost China’s Greater Bay Area’s coal-to-gas transition in power generation.
Royal Golden Eagle (RGE) Group’s subsidiary East Asia Power (Yangjiang) Co., Ltd. and Beijing Energy International Holding Co., Ltd. (BJEI) each ordered two GE 6F.03 units respectively for their two new cogeneration power plants
The F-Class gas turbines will support the production of reliable electricity for Yangjiang City, Guangdong Province, in alignment with policy in the Greater Bay Area focused on the coal-to-gas energy transition, GE Vernova said.
Once operational in early 2025, the two plants are expected to deliver heat and up to 480 MW of electricity to the grid.
“With these two orders we are continuing to build solid cooperation with the power generation energy industry in Yangjiang City” said Robert Huang, Director of Industrial Gas Turbine Sales, GE Vernova’s Gas Power China. “We are delighted our robust technology was selected for these projects. We’re committed to supplying our advanced power generation equipment in alignment with China’s national emissions reduction goals and its commitment to building a lower-carbon, and more efficient energy system to support a more sustainable growth of the Greater Bay Area.”
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