A consortium of Japan's Mitsubishi and Sepco III has been selected as the EPC contractor on this scheme. The deal is however subject to successful financial closure.
SEPCOIII, China announced that the EPC contract of this project was successfully signed between ALBA, SPECOIII and Mitsubishi Power.
Client is on course to start the construction works for its fourth additional block in Power Station 5 with commercial operations set to begin in Q4-2024. Under the terms of the contract, Mitsubishi Power & SEPCO III consortium will be responsible to design, engineer, procure, construct and commission a 680.9 megawatts (MW) Combined Cycle Gas Turbine Power Block. Mitsubishi Power will supply a combined cycle power plant, which comprises of M701JAC gas turbine, an air-cooled version of J-series gas turbines and a steam turbine. To meet future decarbonization needs globally, JAC gas turbines are capable of using up to 30% hydrogen fuel by volume, to reach 100% hydrogen fuel in the future with minimal existing infrastructure modification. Mitsubishi Power will further leverage decades of experience and innovation to build and supply the power technology, including the gas turbine, steam turbine, generators, and auxiliaries, in addition to providing technical support, with commercial operations set to begin in Q4 2024.
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