Coal-Fired Plants in China - Beijing
Operator: Datang International Power Generation Co Ltd
Configuration: 6 X 100 MW CHP
Operation: 1961-1974 (ret 2013)
Boiler supplier: Russia, Harbin
T/G supplier: Russia, Harbin
Quick facts: This was the main heating plant in Shijingshan District and also a center of the city's 220- and 110kV networks. Construction with Russian equipment began in 1959 and the first set completed in 1961. In 1964, Harbin commissioned China's first indigenous first high-temperature and high-pressure at Gaojing. The APC equipment and related systems were extensively rebuilt over the years. In Apr 2012, CDT was permissioned to replace the coal-fired blocks with a new 1.4-GW CCGT plant. Gaojing was closed after buring off its coal stockpile from the 2012/13 heating season.
Photograph courtesy of China Datang
Operator: Huaneng Power International
Configuration: 1 X 75 MW, 2 X 165 MW, 2 X 220 MW CHP
Boiler supplier: Deutsche Babcock, Wuhan
T/G supplier: TMZ, Electrosila
Quick facts: Also known as Huaneng Gaobeidian. This plant was retrofit by CPI Yuanda with a wet limestone scrubber licensed from Austrian Energy & Environment.
Photograph courtesy of CPI Yuanda Environmental Protection Engineering Co Ltd
Operator: CLP Guohua Beijing Power
Configuration: 2 X 200 MW CHP
Boiler supplier: Harbin
T/G supplier: ABB
Quick facts: Beijing Yire power station is in Chaoyang District to the east of Tiananmen. It is wholly-owned by CLP Guohua and supplies heat as well as electricity to Beijing city. Both units have FGD systems, the second completed in 2003.
Photograph courtesy of CLP Group
Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data BaseUpdated 20-Apr-2013