GE (China) Co. Ltd. and Harbin Electric Company Ltd. (HEC) are cooperating for heavy duty gas turbine and combined cycle power plant development, project bidding and construction work.
GE-HEC EcoPartnership is directly related to and will advance China's environmental and energy policies. In recent years, the Chinese government has dramatically expanded its efforts to promote eco-civilization, environment protection and high efficiency energy utilization through the development and deployment of innovative and advanced technologies. The EcoParntership project will feature the design, manufacturing and demonstration of high efficiency, low emission gas turbine combined cycle power generation. The project will be fully aligned with recent new emission policy requirements in China and shows great potential for future development in China.
In addition, the EcoPartnership will serve to enhance Chinese state-owned enterprise management and technical skills, including gas turbine related technology development and upgrade capabilities.
08/2014 – Sign 9HA Technology Agreement; start marketing.
09/2014 – CC plant design chat w. customer & design institutes.
11/2014 – Steam turbine & generator technology agreements.
12/2014 – 1st bid & technical classification for a customer.
03/2015 – 9HA promotion at annual user conference.
05/2015 – Bid for new 9HA project.
06/2015 – Seminar on 9HA for customers and designers.
On March 14, 2017, in Shanghai, China’s Harbin Electric Corporation (HE) has awarded GE a contract to provide GE’s largest and most efficient gas turbine, the 9HA, for the 650-megawatt (MW) Huadian Tianjin Junliangcheng VI gas combined-cycle power plant project (“Junliangcheng”).