Posts tagged as GE

Renewable energy business focus to accelerate growth

GE says it intends to intensify its focus on the growing renewable energy market by consolidating all of the company’s renewable and grid assets into a single, simplified renewable energy business. Global demand for renewable power generation and the associated grid integration continues to increase globally with renewable capacity additions of 178 GW accounting for […]

Massive co-gen engine installed

Estia, a subsidiary of Dalkia, a company which develops, builds and manages innovative, green, cost-effective energy solutions, has installed a Jenbacher cogeneration engine supplied by Clarke Energy into the underground boiler room of the Grand Nancy district heating network in the Haye Plateau, France. The installation required the use of a 40 m, 220 t […]

Second gas-fired power plant completed

A consortium comprising GE Power, National Power Parks and Harbin Electric International, recently announced the completion of the Baloki regasified liquefied natural gas power plant, following the successful conclusion of all commissioning works and performance-related tests. The plant, which is based in Pakistan, has a nameplate generating capacity of 1223 MW and is the second regasified […]

Tallest solar tower in the world

GE, BrightSource Energy and Megalim Solar Power has installed the solar receiver steam generator at the 121 MW Ashalim Solar Thermal Power Station in Israel’s Negev desert. With the receiver in place, the 250 m tower is now the tallest power tower in the world. When Ashalim is operational, 50 600 software-controlled mirrors, spread over […]

Minister calls on industry to light up Africa

  Addressing delegates at the opening of the 2017 PowerGen and Distributech Africa conference and exhibition, Lynne Brown, the minister of public enterprises, said that in satellite photos, Europe, North America and other regions were lit up like Christmas trees, while Africa remained the “dark continent”. In her keynote address, Brown called on stakeholders at […]

Eskom told to restart R4-billion Duvha tender

  The Johannesburg high court interdicted Eskom on Friday from continuing with a controversial R4-billion tender to replace power station Duvha’s damaged boiler. Eskom awarded the contract to Chinese firm Dongfang in March, even though it quoted R1-billion more than its rivals. But in April losing bidders General Electric, along with Murray & Roberts, approached […]

World’s first battery-gas turbine hybrid

  GE and Southern California Edison (SCE) have unveiled the world’s first battery-gas turbine hybrid system in Norwalk, California. This system, called the LM6000 Hybrid Electric Gas Turbine (Hybrid EGT) supports SCE’s increasing renewable energy capacity by providing quick start, fast ramping capabilities to balance variable energy supply and demand, especially during the evening peak. […]