Our diverse portfolio of solutions provides customized power throughout Asia. From Indonesia and Malaysia to China and Japan, GE is driving energy solutions throughout this entire region in ways that meet the ever-changing and evolving local demand.
To meet the growing demand for power in the country, the Korean Southern Power Company, Ltd. (KOSPO) upgraded its existing 7F gas turbines with Power FlexEfficiency, an innovative solution that harnesses the power of the Industrial Internet to enhance turbine performance, reliability, and lower operating costs.
Vietnam is planning to build more than 10,000 MW of nuclear-generating capacity by 2030. As the provider of the world’s safest reactor technology designs, GE Hitachi (GEH) is the ideal partner to work with Vietnam to achieve these goals. The recent Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed between GEH and the Vietnam Agency for Radiation and Nuclear Safety (VARANS) is aimed at enhancing the agency’s understanding of boiling water reactor technology, and is the third agreement GEH has signed in Vietnam in recent months.
In GE’s largest wind order in China to date, the company will supply China’s Huaneng Corporation—one of the world’s largest power generation companies—with 151 MW of power in the form of the 2.75-120 wind turbine. 55 of the brilliant wind turbines will be installed at the Huaneng Dali Longquan wind project in the Yunnan province.
With the fall 2014 production of an LM6000-PF in Minhang, the joint venture between China Huadian Corporation (CHD) and General Electric took one step closer to achieving U.S.-China cooperation on cleaner energy. The LM6000-PF was the first aeroderivative gas turbine packaged in China, and marked a significant milestone for the joint venture between the two companies.
When Wuhan Iron and Steel wanted to create a new, more efficient, and higher-output power plant, it partnered with GE to build an advanced solution that will lower carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and save the city millions. Additionally, the plant will generate 2.4 billion kWh of electricity per year, and will be the world’s largest blast furnace gas power plant.
The recently-launched 2.85-103 wind turbine can generate high power output especially in constrained areas, and was engineered specifically for Japanese environmental conditions. It can withstand higher turbulence, typhoon class wind speeds, and lightning—far beyond the current IEC standard. Most impressively, 100 of the turbines can provide power to 200,000 Japanese homes.