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Advanced Power to use GE’s HA gas turbines at new plant in Ohio, USA

  • 7 months ago (2018-09-14)
  • David Flin
Gas 111 North America 779

Advanced Power and GE Power have announced that South Field Energy, a 1182 MW natural gas-fired power plant to be built in Columbiana County, Ohio, will be powered by two GE 7HA.02 gas turbines. The plant is scheduled for completion in 2021. South Field Energy will also use GE steam turbine and HRSG technologies, and has selected GE to provide services on the equipment through a contractual service agreement (CSA). Construction and operations of the facility will be managed by an affiliate of Advanced Power, South Field Asset Management Services.

Construction of the plant is due to begin in Q3 2018, and is scheduled for completion in Q2 2021.

Advanced Power has closed a $1.3 billion financing package for construction of the South Field Energy plant. Advanced Power owns the facility, along with an investor group consisting of: Kyushu Electric Power, NH-Amundi Asset Management and PIA Investment Management, RS Global Capital Investment, Shikoku Electric Power, and an affiliate of Bechtel Development Company.