GE wins order for power equipment in Malaysia

26 Mar 2021

GE has secured an order from the engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) consortium of Posco Engineering & Construction Co Ltd (POSCO), Mitsubishi Corporation and PEC Powercon Sdn Bhd to provide power generation equipment for the 1,200MW Pulau Indah power plant, in Selangor, Malaysia.

The plant will be powered by GE’s highly efficient HA technology and will consist of a two-block combined cycle power plant, featuring a total plant configuration that is modular and cost-effective to install, control and maintain. Additionally, GE will provide a full spectrum of services solutions for 21 years.

For the Pulau Indah power plant, GE will provide two blocks of 600MW, each including a GE 9HA.01 gas turbine, an STF-D650 steam turbine, a W88 generator and a Once Through Heat Recovery Steam Generator (OT HRSG). GE’s OT HRSG technology is a key enabler in advanced water-steam cycles delivering higher combined cycle efficiency, while GE’s 9HA is the company’s flagship and most efficient 50Hz gas turbine. The natural gas fired Pulau Indah power plant is targeted to achieve commercial operations in 2024.

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