GE Energy announced that it has worked with Reliance Power to prepare the Samalkot power plant, located in Andhra Pradesh, for commissioning. Reliance had selected GE’s flexible, efficient power generation technology for a 2,400 MW expansion of the Samalkot power plant, representing the largest gas turbine combined-cycle project in India’s history. John Flannery, President and CEO, GE India, said, “Today the world is facing energy challenges like never before and the demand for efficient, reliable energy continues to grow. With these gas turbines at the Samalkot site, Reliance is closer to its objectives of powering up the power-starved southern region of India.”Under the contract, GE will supply six frame 9FA gas turbines and three D-11 steam turbines. In a combined-cycle configuration, exhaust gas from a gas turbine-generator is converted to steam, which is used to drive a steam turbine-generator, enabling the plant to produce additional power without an increase in fuel consumption.Contact: General Electric (GE)Tel: +1 518 385 4696Web: www.ge.com
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