Competitive Power Ventures (CPV) and Osaka Gas have fast-tracked the start up of the $1 billion CPV Fairview Energy Center near Johnstown, Pennsylvania. CPV said thanks to “outstanding team effort” of construction contractor Kiewit and equipment supplier GE, the 1,050 MW plant is now “fully operational on budget and significantly ahead of schedule.”
RUE Vitebskenerg, a Belarusian state utility, has contracted Siemens to deliver the power generation equipment for two new peaking power stations. The new open-cycle gas turbine (OCGT) plants will be dispatched in connection with the existing Lukomlskaya and Novopolotskaya power plants in northern Belaurs and are due operational by the end of 2021.
Göteborg Energi and Siemens will jointly test new turbines that enables the use of renewables fuels at the Rya combined heat and power (CHP) plant, which is currently powered by natural gas. As a first step, an SGT-800 test turbine was installed at the plant to validate 3D-printed burners that can run on various fossil-free fuels.
Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) has completed a shipment of J-Series Air Cooled (JAC) gas turbines to Thailand where they will be used in two combined-cycle gas power stations on the outskirts of Bangkok. The two CCGTs, with a combined output of 5,300 MW, are being developed by Thailand’s largest IPP Gulf Energy Development and Mitsui & Co.
At the latest China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai, Rolls-Royce Power System has signed five deals for the delivery of more than 500 MTU engines. Contracts were sealed with Cooltech, EPG, SUMEC Machinery & Electric Co., Tellhow and AFAI Southern Shipyard, with first delivery of MTU engines 4000-series due to start later this month.