By Editors of Power Engineering
MAN Diesel & Turbo announced the company will supply a low-emission gas turbine package for ENN Ubiquitous Energy Network Technology Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of the ENN Group, one of the largest private energy companies in China.
The MAN MGT series gas turbine, which produces 6 MW of power and 12 MW of heat, will be installed in an industrial zone in Huai’an.
The project, which will replace an existing coal-fired generation unit, will be done in collaboration with Guangdong Liyu New Energy Science & Technology Co. Ltd.
MAN’s unit uses over 80 percent of the energy stored in fuel through CHP technology. The company noted China now has an increased focus on emissions reduction and maximum efficiency in heat and power installations.
“A particular feature of the project is the extremely short deadline, which we managed to meet by supplying a machine that was ready for immediate use”, said Nadège Laurent, Project Manager Sales at MAN Diesel & Turbo. “The Chinese energy sector has a target of making further reductions in emissions by 2020. We see the customer’s short lead time as a positive indication of the urgency with which Chinese industry is pursuing these objectives.”