Hydrogen ready H-class combined cycle CHP for EnBW

9 February 2024

GE Vernova reports the placing of two orders from EnBW for H-Class natural-gas-fired combined cycle CHP plants at Heilbronn and Altbach/Deizisau in Baden-Württemberg.

Above: Altbach site

GE Vernova will lead an international consortium implementing the projects, including EPC contractors Bonatti and SENER. The new plants will replace existing coal-fired plants. They will operate initially on natural gas but conversion to 100% hydrogen in the 2030s is envisaged.

The new 680 MW power plants are targeted to begin operation by the end of 2026.

Each plant will be equipped with a GE 9HA.01 gas turbine, an STF-D650 steam turbine, a W88 generator, a triple pressure with reheat heat recovery steam generator and a Mark VIe distributed control system.

Above: Heilbronn site

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