PW Power Systems (PWPS) has announced that Puerto Rico’s Electric Power Authority has three dual-fuel aero derivative FT8 MobilePac gensets emplaced and ready for operation at the Palo Seco power plant in Toa Baja.
General Electric announced that it will invest up to $60 million over the next 10 years to expand its current global repair engineering and development center in Singapore to service GE’s fast-growing fleet of HA gas turbines.
Doosan’s 7-year engineering project estimated at over $850 million USD to develop a large advanced class gas turbine has seen its first sale to power a domestic 500MW plant rated at over 60% combined cycle efficiency.
MHPS Senior Vice President, Junichiro Masada, was the keynote speaker at a recent conference in Indonesia and discussed how high-efficiency gas turbine technology can contribute to the realization of a low-carbon society around the world.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries has obtained Approval in Principle for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) floating combined cycle power plant equipped with its own gas turbine and substation.
Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems has completed installation and commissioning of the gas-fired 880MW M701F4 combined cycle plant known as “Jawa-2 Project” at the Tanjung Priok Power Plant on Java Island.
Salvatore DellaVilla, CEO of Strategic Power Systems, has been named Managing Director of the Gas Turbine Association (GTA), effective January 1, 2020. Sal will replace William H. Day, who served in the role since the group’s inception in 1995.
The Branford Group, in partnership with General Electric and Chain Asset Management, has announced a Private Treaty sale offering of GE Power’s H-class gas-fired combined cycle station at the Inland Empire Energy Center in California.
GE Power has completed upgrading a fleet of four LM6000PA gas turbine gensets at the Dar es Salaam power station in Tanzania that have been operational since 2004.
Siemens will build a new single-shaft combined cycle power plant as a turnkey project in Landivisiau in western France. Rated at 475 MW net plant output with 59.7% combined cycle efficiency, the power plant will help to reliably cover Brittany’s growing demand for electricity.