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GE Power in Vietnam

GE Power in Vietnam

Gas Power Systems

GE’s Gas Power Systems business is the global industry leader in efficient, reliable, and cost-effective conversion of fuel to power, serving a wide range of applications from small, mobile power to highly efficient, utility scale power plants. With our substantial technology heritage and the largest delivered fleet of gas turbines of any provider in the world, our specialized plant solutions address unique customer challenges, providing increased performance, fuel efficiency, lower emissions and operational flexibility.

Steam Power Systems

Steam Power Systems delivers unmatched expertise with the broadest range of technologies to help customers deliver power to people around the world. We use abundantly available fuels like coal, oil and nuclear to efficiently produce power and provide performance over the life of a power plant. We put a century of steam power expertise to work for customers every day.

Hanoi—September 1, 2015—With energy demands rising in Vietnam, coal remains a critical part of the country’s current and future energy mix. GE (NYSE:GE) will supply two sets of high-efficiency steam turbines and generators to the EPC consortium of Russia-based OJSC Power Machines and Petrovietnam Technical Services Corporation for the new Long Phu 1 coal-fired thermal power plant in Soc Trang, a province in the Mekong Delta known for its Khmer culture and community. Petrovietnam is the owner of the new plant.

Long Phu 1 is one of the first coal-fired power plants in Vietnam to use supercritical technology for higher efficiency, more environmentally friendly power generation as compared to conventional subcritical boiler technology. The plant is one of three power stations planned for the Long Phu Power Center. The facility will use two GE D850 steam turbines, configured to enhance the construction timeline with pre-assembled sections and installation features that shorten erection time while maintaining GE-tested quality standards.

Once online, the plant can generate 1,200 megawatts (MW), the equivalent power needed to supply approximately 4 million Vietnamese homes.

GE is expected to start delivery of the first set of steam turbines and generators to the site in late 2016. The plant is scheduled to be fully online toward the end of 2018.

Power Services

Through close customer collaboration, Power Services delivers tailored solutions across total plant assets and their operational lifetime to help customers achieve productive business outcomes. Power Services has capabilities and expertise to service and support 90+ OEM brands in 150+ countries. By keeping customers at the center of everything we do, our team helps them identify new revenue opportunities, lower operating costs and implement flexible technologies.