Leading provider of turnkey repair solutions and pumping equipment to the power generation sector, Sulzer, will be exhibiting and making a technical presentation at POWERGEN Asia next month.
The company replaced the gas turbine section (V84.2) at PowerSouth’s McWilliams power plant with a newer SGT6-2000E.
The completed project involved six units in Group 1 and seven in Group 2 all replaced since February 2016.
Earlier this year, the NRC determined that a Wolf Creek maintenance worker and supervisor both falsified records about the cleaning and inspection of the reactor’s control rod drive mechanisms in October 2016.
U.S. electric utilities requested close to $7 billion in rate increases, which is more than most years recently but far from the peaks of more than $10 billion around 2010 and in the 1980s.
The project includes central plant optimization, chiller replacement, demand response, building automation and controllers.
Headquartered in Batangas, MHPS-PSC will begin operations with about 50 employees and build on the parent company’s contracts to provide equipment and services for both thermal and geothermal generation facilities in the nation.