GE Energy, Calpine to Build North America's Most Advanced Combined-Cycle Power Plant

February 2005
Welding Journal;Feb2005, Vol. 84 Issue 2, p13
Trade Publication
Reports that North American power company Calpine Corp. has signed a letter of intent with GE Energy for the joint construction of the world's first power plant based on the 60-hertz version of the latter's most advanced gas turbine technology, the H System. Total output to be provided by the two GE 107H combined-cycle systems to be installed at the plant; Terms of the agreement; Key features of the H System.


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