Coal-Fired Plants in China - Liaoning & Tianjin
Chaoyang
Location: Liaoning
Operator: GD Power Development Co Ltd
Configuration: 2 X 200 MW (ret)
Operation: 1972-1975
Fuel: coal
Boiler supplier: Harbin
T/G supplier: ??
Quick facts: Construction at Chaoyang started in 1967 and these were the first and third 200-MW sets, respectively, made by Chinese manufacturers. The units were retired in 2010 having served as a key regional generating asset for many years. The four cooling towers were demolished on 21 May 2010.

Photograph courtesy of China Guodian Corp
Posted 16 Jun 2010

Chentangzhuang
Location: Tianjin
Operator: China Shenhua Energy Co Ltd
Configuration: 2 X 25 MW, 1 X 50 MW, 2 X 300 MW CHP
Operation: 1991-2008
Fuel: coal
Boiler supplier: ??
T/G supplier: ??
EPC: Tianjin Electric Power Construction Co
Quick facts: This plant will be greatly expanded with a series of 900-MW CCGT projects.

Photograph by AK47wangxin (Panoramio)
Posted 23 Jul 2011

Dalian ETDC
Location: Liaoning
Operator: GD Power Development Co Ltd
Configuration: 2 X 12 MW (ret), 2 X 50 MW (ret), 2 X 70 MW CHP
Operation: 1991-2004
Fuel: coal
Boiler supplier: Harbin
T/G supplier: ??
Quick facts: This CHP plant is in the Dalian Economic and Technological Development Zone.

Photograph courtesy of China Guodian Corp
Posted 16 Jun 2010

Huaneng Yingkou
Location: Liaoning
Operator: Huaneng Power InternationalGroup
Configuration: 2 X 320 MW, 2 X 600 MW, 2 X 330 MW CHP
Operation: 1996-2009
Fuel: bituminous coal
Boiler supplier: Taganrog, Harbin
T/G supplier: Kharkov, Electrosila
EPC: Northeast Electric Power Design Institute
Quick facts: The first two sets at Yingkou are Russian supercritical units, among the first in China at the +/- 300-MW rating. Units 5&6 are CHP sets.

Photograph courtesy of China Huaneng Group
Posted 22 Jan 2011

Jinzhou-2
Location: Liaoning
Operator: Datang International Power Generation Co Ltd
Configuration: 2 X 300 MW CHP
Operation: 2009
Fuel: lignite
Boiler supplier: Harbin
T/G supplier: ??
EPC: Tianjin Electric Power Construction Co
Quick facts: In Apr 2007, Datang acquired Hong Kong Donggang (Jinzhou) Investment Co which owns 55% of Jinzhou Donggang Power Co.

Photograph courtesy of Tianjin Electric Power Construction Co
Posted 11 Jul 2010

Kangping
Location: Liaoning
Operator: China Guodian Corp
Configuration: 2 X 600 MW
Operation: 2008-2009
Fuel: bituminous coal
Boiler supplier: Harbin
T/G supplier: Harbin
Quick facts: In Jul 2005, work got underway on the supercritical Kangping power station in Shenyang City, and NDRC approval was received in Apr 2006. The Rmb 5,066mn project is jointly invested by China Guodian (51%), Shenyang Jinshan Thermoelectric Co Ltd (29%), and Tiefa Coal Industry (Group) Co Ltd (20%). Unit-1 started-up in May 2008, marking the world's first use of plasma fuel ignition on this size unit.

Photograph courtesy of China Guodian Corp
Posted 4 Dec 2011

Panshan
Location: Tianjin
Operator: CLP Guohua Power
Configuration: 2 X 500 MW
Operation: 1996
Fuel: hard coal
Boiler supplier: Podoloski
T/G supplier: LMZ, Electrosila
EPC: : North China Power Engineering
Quick facts: This was the third supercritical plant in China. Power is sold to North China Power (Group) Corp. Panshan is owned by CLP Guohua Power Co Ltd (50%), North China Power Group) (25%), and Tianjin Jinneng Investment Co (25%). In Sep 2005, Power Machines Group signed a servicing agreement for the Panshan and Suizhong plants.

Photograph courtesy of CLP Group
Posted 24 Dec 2006

Suizhong
Location: Liaoning
Operator: CSEC Guohua International Power Co Ltd
Configuration: 2 X 800 MW, 2 X 1,000 MW
Operation: 2000-2010
Fuel: bituminous coal
Boiler supplier: Taganrog, Dongfang
T/G supplier: LMZ, Electrosila, Dongfang
EPC: Teploelektroproekt Institute, No 3 Engineering Construction Co of Liaoning Electric Power Corp, Shanghai Power Construction Engineering, Shanghai Power Erection No 2
Quick facts: At completion, supercritical Units 1&2 were the largest thermal units in the country and were built for about Rmb 11bn. In mid-1994, American Electric Power proposed to build a pair of 1,300-MW coal-fired units at Suizhong, but this plan was later abandoned. Instead, two 1,000-MW sets were built making this the largest power station in China's northeast.

Photograph courtesy of Guohua Suizhong Power Generation Co Ltd
Re-posted 4 Dec 2011

Tianjin Beijiang
Location: Tianjin
Operator: Tianjin SDIC Jinneng Electric Power Co Ltd
Configuration: 2 X 1,000 MW
Operation: 2009
Fuel: coal
Boiler supplier: Shanghai
T/G supplier: Shanghai
EPC: North China Power Engineering, Tianjin Electric Power Construction Co, Sepco No 2, Sepco No 3
Quick facts: This 2 X 1,000 MW power station plus seawater desal project was approved in May 2007. Unit-1 was commissioned on 12 Nov 2009 and Unit-2 on 30 Nov after 28mos of construction. These USC units have Feida precipitators and wet limstone FGD scrubbers from Kawasaki/Beijing Bootes. IDE supplied the MED desal equipment. The project finished up on 30 Nov 2009.

Photograph courtesy of Sepco No 2
Re-posted 21 Sep 2014

   
Yangliuqing New
Location: Tianjin
Operator: China Huaneng Group
Configuration: 2 X 350 MW, 2 X 300 MW CHP
Operation: 1994-2007
Fuel: bituminous coal
Boiler supplier: Deutsche Babcock, Shanghai
T/G supplier: ??
EPC: Tianjin Electric Power Construction Co
Quick facts: Construction started on two 350-MW units at Yangliuqing in Jun 1996 and the first set went online in Dec 1998, followed by the second unit in Sep 1999. These both have German cyclone boilers. In May 2005, construction got under way on two 300-MW sets and these completed in Dec 2006 and May 2007, respectively.

Photograph courtesy of China Huaneng Group
Posted 22 Jan 2011

Abbreviations

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

Updated 25-Sep-2016

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