To reduce greenhouse gases in Malaysia, GE supplied Pulau Indah Power Plant with gas and steam turbines for an efficient combined cycle plant.
To find sustainable energy solutions for Taiwan, GE's Innovation Challenge gave a voice to bold industry leaders, academics, and the island's youth.
Discover how the 9HA is assisting in the Junliangcheng plant's conversion from coal to gas and helping to support China's rapidly increasing demand for power.
GE will upgrade two 9FA gas turbines of the Caojing combined-cycle plant with its Advanced Gas Path (AGP) solution; the AGP upgrades will enable the plant to increase its supply of power and steam and reduce emissions.
GE’s new 6B repowering technology will be used on three 6B units in Asia to increase efficiency and output while reducing emissions; an output increase of 25% is expected and could lead to significant fuel savings.
GE’s digital solutions will enable Datang to improve the reliability, availability, and profitability of its current and future power generation units.
GE, CTCI Corporation (CTCI), and Southern Power Generation Sdn Bhd (SPG) announce the start of commercial operation for SPG’s Track 4A Power Plant, a 1,440-megawatt combined cycle gas power plant in Pasir Gudang, Johor, Malaysia.
GE was selected as the successful bidder for the 6,500 MW Hsinta and Taichung combined cycle power plants initiated by Taiwan Power Company (TPC) and will work with its local consortium partner, CTCI Corporation, to engineer, manufacture, and commission the combined cycle blocks which are planned to begin commercial operation in phases from 2024.
GE announces the transformation of its PT GE Nusantara Turbine Services (PT GENTS) in Bandung, Indonesia, into a global B- and E- Repair Center of Excellence (CoE).
GE secured an order from Korea Southern Power Co, Ltd. (KOSPO) for main equipment including a 7HA.03, the world’s largest, most efficient, and flexible 60 Hertz gas turbine for KOSPO’s Shinsejong Combined Cycle Power Plant located in Nuri-ri, Yeongi-myon, Sejong Multifunctional Administrative City, South Korea with consortium partner Daewoo E&C.
Junliangcheng power plant will deliver 661 MW to the national grid and steam for district heating for over 100,000 citizens in Tianjin City; the project marks the first commercial operation of GE’s 9HA.01 technology in mainland China.
GE will provide three 9HA.02 heavy duty gas turbines for the Dongguan Ningzhou power plant, operated by the Guangdong Energy Group Co., Ltd.; the power plant will add 2,400 MW, becoming one of the largest gas power plants in China’s mainland.