UPDATE : 2018.9.23 SUN 21:17
상단여백
HOME Industry Big Biz
[DOSAN] Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Korea Southern Power Sign Agreement on Joint Development
Doosan

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction and

Korea Southern Power Sign Agreement on Joint Development

-Two companies expected to expand overseas markets by combining their strengths

On November 11, Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction (Chairman and CEO Geewon Park) and Korea Southern Power signed an agreement at the former’s Seoul office to embark on the joint development of overseas projects to convert simple cycle plants into combined cycle power plants.

By additionally installing Heat Recovery Steam Generators (HRSG) and steam turbines to a gas turbine power plant, a simple cycle plant can be converted into a combined cycle power plant.

Combined cycle power plants are highly advantageous as they prove to be a much more environment-friendly and efficient way of generating power.
It also offers the additional benefits of a shorter planning and construction period. As it essentially entails building upon an existing project site, the installation and construction can be finished much more quickly, enabling the output and efficiency of the plants to be maximized within a short period of time.

Under the agreement, the two companies will be expanding their overseas business opportunities for converting simple cycle plants into combined cycle power plants by merging Korea Southern Power Corp.’s power plant operational know-how with Doosan’s expertise in the fields of power plant equipment manufacturing and the EPC business.

President Keysun Han (left) of Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction and President Sang Ho Lee of Korea Southern Power pose for a commemorative photo after signing an agreement for the joint development of overseas projects involving the conversion of simple cycle plants into combined cycle power plants at the former’s Seoul office on November 11.

President Keysun Han (fifth from left) of Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction and President Sang Ho Lee (sixth from left) of Korea Southern Power pose for a commemorative photo with other attendees after signing an agreement for the joint development of overseas projects involving the conversion of simple cycle plants to combined cycle power plants at the former’s Seoul office on November 11.

이경식 기자  edt@koreapost.com

<저작권자 © 코리아포스트, 무단 전재 및 재배포 금지>

이경식 기자의 다른기사 보기
icon인기기사
기사 댓글 0
전체보기
첫번째 댓글을 남겨주세요.
여백
여백
여백
Back to Top