Coal-Fired Plants in China - Jiangsu - A to H
Chacheng
Location: Jiangsu
Operator: Xuzhou Chacheng Power Co Ltd
Configuration: 2 X 135 MW
Operation: 2004-2005
Fuel: bituminous coal
Boiler supplier: Wuhan
T/G supplier: ??
EPC: Sepco No 3

Photograph courtesy of Sepco No 3
Posted 30 Jun 2007

Changshu-1
Location: Jiangsu
Operator: Jiangsu Changshu Power Generation Co Ltd
Configuration: 4 X 300 MW
Operation: 1993-1994
Fuel: bituminous coal
Boiler supplier: Shanghai
T/G supplier: Shanghai
EPC: China Power Complete Equipment Co Ltd, Anhui Electrical Power Construction No 1 Co
Quick facts: This power station is owned by China Power Investment Corp.

Photograph courtesy of Jiangsu Jinling Electric Steel Structure Co Ltd
Posted 22 Dec 2013

Changshu-2
Location: Jiangsu
Operator: China Resources Power Holdings Co Ltd
Configuration: 3 X 650 MW
Operation: 2005-2006
Fuel: bituminous coal
Boiler supplier: Mitsui Babcock Harbin Boiler Co
T/G supplier: Harbin
Quick facts: CR Power owns a 100% equity interest in the supercritical Changshu power plant. Construction started on 1 May 2003 and commercial operation was in Mar 2005, Jun 2005 and Jan 2006, respectively. Electricity generated is sold into the provincial power grid through East China Power Grid Co Ltd. Coal is sourced from Shanxi and Inner Mongolia.

Photograph courtesy of Doosan
Posted 9 Jan 2011

Chenjiang
Location: Jiangsu
Operator: Shenhua Guohua Electric Power Corp
Configuration: 2 X 660 MW
Operation: 2011
Fuel: coal
Boiler supplier: Shanghai
T/G supplier: Shanghai
EPC: East China Electric Power Design Institute, Sepco
Quick facts: This project in Chenjia Town, Yancheng City, is a 55:45 JV of China Shenhua Energy and Jiangsu Guoxin Asset Management Group Ltd. First plans for the plant were made in 1987 and final development began in Apr 2007.

Photograph courtesy of Shenhua Guohua Electric Power Corp
Posted 5 May 2013

Dongtai Cogen
Location: Jiangsu
Operator: GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Ltd
Configuration: 2 X 15 MW CHP
Fuel: coal
Operation: 1997-1998
Boiler supplier: Hangzhou
T/G supplier: Wuhan Turbine
Quick facts: These units went online in Mar 1997 and Mar 1998, respectively.

Photograph courtesy of GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Ltd
Posted 4 Jul 2010

Fengxian Cogen
Location: Jiangsu
Operator: GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Ltd
Configuration: 2 X 15 MW CHP
Fuel: coal, waste coal
Operation: 2003
Boiler supplier: Jinan Boiler
T/G supplier: Nanjing
EPC: Nanjing Design Institute, SEPCO2
Quick facts: This plant has three CFB boilers and is in far northwest Jiangsu at the Fengxian EDZ. The units went online in Oct and Nov 2003, respectively, and the third boiler was commissioned in Jun 2005.

Photograph courtesy of GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Ltd
Posted 4 Jul 2010

Funing Cogen
Location: Jiangsu
Operator: GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Ltd
Configuration: 2 X 15 MW CHP
Fuel: coal, waste coal
Operation: 2002-2003
Boiler supplier: ??
T/G supplier: ??
Quick facts: This plant has three CFB boilers and is in Funing EDZ in Yangcheng City. The units went online in Dec 2002 and Feb 2003, respectively. The third boiler was commissioned in Sep 2004. GCL has a 60% stake in the project.

Photograph courtesy of GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Ltd
Posted 5 Jul 2010

Goudian Changzhou
Location: Jiangsu
Operator: Guodian Changzhou Power Co Ltd
Configuration: 2 X 630 MW
Operation: 2006
Fuel: coal
Boiler supplier: Harbin
T/G supplier: ??
EPC: Shanghai Power Erection No 2 Co
Quick facts: This plant was originally invested by China Guodian Corp (51%), China Resources Power (Jiangsu) Co Ltd (25%), Jiangsu Guoxin Asset Management Group Ltd (20%), and Changzhou Investment Group Co Ltd (4%). The project was officially launched on 28 Jun 2003 and construction started on 15 Apr 2004. Unit-1 went commercial on 23 May 2006 followed by Unit-2 on 30 Nov 2006.

Photograph courtesy of China Guodian Corp
Re-posted 23 May 2015

Goudian Taizhou
Location: Jiangsu
Operator: Guodian Taizhou Generating Co Ltd
Configuration: 4 X 1,000 MW
Operation: 2007-2016
Fuel: bituminous coal
Boiler supplier: Harbin, Shanghai
T/G supplier: Toshiba, Shanghai
EPC: East China Electric Power Design Institute, Jiangsu First Electric Power Construction Co, Jiangsu Electric Power No 3 Construction Engineering,
Quick facts: The Guodian Taizhou site is near the Yangtze River and the Nanjing-Qidong railway. The first phase was the third 1,000-MW unit site in China. The development company was formed in Jan 2004 and is owned by China Guodian Corp (40%), Jiangsu Guoxin Asset Management Group Ltd (40%). Jiangsu Communications Holding (11%), Shenzhen Yihe Land Co Ltd (5%), and Taizhou City Tienam Investment Management LLC (4%). The two USC units were approved on 31 Mar 2005 and Unit-1 went online on 4 Dec 2007. These were the first Chinese 1-GW sets with plasma ignition and have ESPs from Zhejiang Feida and FGD scrubbers from Guodian Longyuan. Germany's KSB supplied 12 pumps turbine- and electric-drive boiler feed and booster pumps. The biggest turbine-driven pump set has a drive rating of 17,500 kW and generates a discharge pressure of up to 460 bar at a 210┬░C. Invensys Eurotherm supplied the T940X control system. Black & Veatch was owner's engineer. Phase-2 has twin tower boilers and the first double reheat T/G sets to complete in China. Unit-3 went commercial on 12 Oct 2015 and Unit-4 went commercial on 13 Jan 2016.

Photograph courtesy of Jiangsu First Electric Power Construction Co
Re-posted 21 Dec 2012

Guohua Taicang
Location: Jiangsu
Operator: Shenhua Guohua Electric Power Corp
Configuration: 2 X 630 MW
Operation: 2005-2006
Fuel: bituminous coal
Boiler supplier: Babcock-Hitachi Dongfang Boiler
T/G supplier: Shanghai
Quick facts:. In Sep 2004, the State Council approved these two supercritical units equipped with FGD and SCR. The plant cost around Rmb 4.446bn. This was said to be the first project at this size where the FGD and SCR projects were commissioned simultaneously on a newbuild project.

Photograph courtesy of tupian.baike.com
Posted 4 Nov 2013

Gouxin Huaiyin 7&8
Location: Jiangsu
Operator: Jiangsu Huaiyin Power Co Ltd
Configuration: 2 X 55 MW CHP
Operation: 2003 (ret)
Fuel: bituminous coal
Boiler supplier: ??
T/G supplier: ??

Photograph courtesy of Jiangsu Guoxin Investment Group Ltd
Posted 16 Oct 2014

Gouxin Huaiyin 9&10
Location: Jiangsu
Operator: Jiangsu Huaiyin Power Co Ltd
Configuration: 1 X 330 MW, 1 X 350 MW
Operation: 2008-2009
Fuel: bituminous coal
Boiler supplier: Harbin
T/G supplier: Harbin
EPC: Shanghai Electric Power Construction Co
Quick facts: This plant is controlled by Jiangsu Guoxin Invesment Group. Eight older and smaller units at the site totaling 234 MW have been closed and removed. The first sets came online in 1956. Unit-9 went online on 15 Apr 2008, Unit-10 on 11 My 2009. Several CCGT blocks were added later.

Photograph courtesy of Jiangsu Guoxin Investment Group Ltd
Posted 2 Aug 2014

Haimen Xinyuan
Location: Jiangsu
Operator: GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Ltd
Configuration: 2 X 15 MW CHP
Fuel: coal
Operation: 2003
Boiler supplier: Jinan Boiler
T/G supplier: Nanjing
EPC: Nanjing Design Institute, Heilongjiang Power Construction No 3 Co
Quick facts: This plant has two CFB boilers and is in Haimen City. The units went online in Dec 2003 and Jan 2004, respectively.

Photograph courtesy of GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Ltd
Posted 5 Jul 2010

Hongyang Lianyungang Cogen
Location: Jiangsu
Operator: Shenghong Sinopec (Lianyungang) Co Ltd
Configuration: 3 X 40 MW CHP
Operation: 2015
Fuel: coal
Boiler supplier: ??
T/G supplier: ??
EPC: Jiangsu First Electric Power Construction Co, Jiangsu First Electric Power Construction Co, Guangdong Electric Power First Engineering Bureau
Quick facts: This 2.1bn yuan cogen project supplies industrial and commercial enterprises in Lianyungang Xuwei New Area. Construction began on 16 Oct 2012 and trial production began in Mar 2015. Thermal output is 1,038 tph. The stack is 174m tall.

Photograph courtesy of Jiangsu Electric Power Design Institute
Posted 17 Jan 2016

Huadian Jurong
Location: Jiangsu
Operator: Jiangsu Huadian Jurong Power Co Ltd
Configuration: 2 X 1,000 MW
Operation: 2013
Fuel: bituminous coal
Boiler supplier: Shanghai
T/G supplier: Shanghai
EPC: Jiangsu Electric Power Design Institute, Jiangsu First Electric Power Construction Co
Quick facts: This greenfield USC project is in Xiashu Town, Jurong City. The operating company is a JV of China Huadian and Jiangsu Electric Power Development Co Ltd founded in 2008. National Energy Bureau approval was received on 27 Aug 2010. The approved investment is RMB 7.5bn. Unit-1 went commercial on 14 Aug 2013 and Unit-2 went to full load on 23 Sep 2013. The project is connected to the 500kV grid.

Photograph courtesy of Jiangsu First Electric Power Construction Co
Re-posted 16 Jan 2016

Huaneng Huaiyin
Location: Jiangsu
Operator: Huaneng Power Inernational
Configuration: 2 X 220 MW, 4 X 330 MW
Operation: 1993-2006
Fuel: bituminous coal
Boiler supplier: Harbin, Shanghai
T/G supplier: Beizhong
EPC: China Power Complete Equipment Co Ltd
Quick facts: This plant in the western suburbs of Huai'an CIty is jointly-investd by Huaneng Power, Jiangsu Guoxin Asset Management Group and Jiangsu Electric Power Development Co Ltd. Construction started on Phase I in Jun 1991 and the units went online in Nov 1993 and Aug 1994, respectively. Phase II engineering began in Aug 2003.

Photograph courtesy of China Huaneng Group
Posted 13 Jan 2013

Huaneng Jinling
Location: Jiangsu
Operator: Huaneng Power Inernational
Configuration: 2 X 1,030 MW
Operation: 2009-2010
Fuel: coal
Boiler supplier: Harbin
T/G supplier: Shanghai
EPC: East China Electric Power Design Institute, Jiangsu Power Design Institute Co, Shanghai Power Construction Engineering
Quick facts: Huaneng Jinling is jointly invested by Huaneng Power (60%), Jiangsu Guoxin Asset Management Group (30%), and Nanjing Investment Co (10%). The site is near the Yangtze in Qixia District, Nanjing City. Construction started on 29 Mar 2008. Unit-1 went commercial on 23 Dec 2009, followed by Unit-2 on 8 Dec 2010. The USC untis have a design efficiency of 45.2%. The double steel chimneys were the first of their kind in China.

Photograph courtesy of longhoo.net
Posted 18 Jun 2011

Huaneng Nantong Phase I
Location: Jiangsu
Operator: Huaneng Power Inernational
Configuration: 4 X 350 MW
Operation: 1989-1999
Fuel: coal
Boiler supplier: BWC, BWBC
T/G supplier: GE
EPC: Black & Veatch, Sepco No 2, Jiangsu Electric Power No 3 Construction Engineering
Quick facts: Coal supply for Nantong is mostly obtained from northern Shanxi province. Coal is transported by rail from the mines to Qinhuangdao port and by ship to Yaogang, 7.5km from the site and then by barge to the power station.

Photograph courtesy of Jiangsu Electric Power Association
Re-posted 23 Jan 2014

 
Huaneng Suzhou Cogen
Location: Jiangsu
Operator: China Huaneng Group Corp
Configuration: 2 X 60 MW CHP
Operation: 1990
Fuel: coal
Boiler supplier: ??
T/G supplier: Shanghai
EPC: China Metallurgical Group Corp
Quick facts: This plant completed in Dec 1990 in Suzhou's New District near the Grand Canal. The ownership was converted to an LLC in 1997 and invested by CHG, Suzhou New District Hi-Tech Industrial Co Ltd, and Jiangsu Yangtze River Energy Industry Development Corp. There are three CFB boilers supplying two T/G sets. Steam and hot water are supplied to nearby factories and to various residential and commercial customers.

Photograph courtesy of China Huaneng Group
Posted 27 Dec 2013

Huaneng Taicang
Location: Jiangsu
Operator: Huaneng Power International Inc
Configuration: 2 X 320 MW, 2 X 630 MW
Operation: 2000-2006
Fuel: coal
Boiler supplier: Shanghai, Dongfang
T/G supplier: Shanghai
EPC: China Power Complete Equipment Co, Jiangsu Electric Power No 3 Construction Engineering
Quick facts: In Sep1998, construction started on Huaneng Taicang and the first two units completed in 2000 at a cost of about about $380mn, 75% coming from a Bank of China loan. The plant is in the Suzhou Industrial Park and was jointly-invested by Huaneng Power (75%), Suzhou Industrial Park Co (10%), Suzhou Industrial Park Utilities Development Group Co (6%), Jiangsu Guoxin Asset Mgmt (5%), and Taicang City Energy Dev Co (4%). Construction on the second phase began in Dec 2003 and the two units were commissioned in Jan and Feb 2006, respectively.

Photograph courtesy of China Huaneng Group
Posted 3 Nov 2013

Abbreviations

Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base

Updated 31-Jan-2016

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