GE will provide two blocks of 600 megawatts, each including a GE 9HA.01 gas turbine, an STF-D650 steam turbine, a W88 generator, and a Once Through Heat Recovery Steam Generator (OT HRSG). Plant performance will be monitored through GE’s Mark* VIe Distributed Control System, showing operators how their plant is operating in real time.
GE secured an order from the procurement and construction consortium of Posco Engineering & Construction, Mitsubishi Corporation, and PEC Powercon to provide power generation for the 1,200-MW Pulau Indah Power Plant.
For its full spectrum of advisory and maintenance services, GE signed a 21-year agreement with PIPP for the Pulau Indah Power Plant. PIPP is a Special Purpose Vehicle led by two prominent shareholders namely Worldwide Holdings Berhad and Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO).
Combined-cycle efficiency of the new equipment can reach more than 63% based on ISO conditions, delivering significant reduction in gas consumption and reducing emissions. This includes high ramp rates and fast start-up times to meet fluctuating demand, and the capability to burn up to 50% by volume of hydrogen when blended with natural gas.
With GE’s flagship 50 Hz gas turbines, the natural-gas-fired Pulau Indah Power Plant is targeted to achieve commercial operations in 2024.
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