A-Power and Tieling Tiexin Cement sign waste-heat power generation construction contract
Friday, Dec 04, 2020

 A-Power Energy Generation Systems, a leading provider of distributed power generation (“DG”) systems in China and a fast-growing manufacturer of wind turbines, today announced it has signed a construction waste-heat power generation contract with Tieling Tiexin Cement Co. Ltd.

Tieling Cement Waste-heat Power Generation will be located in Tieling City, Liaoning province. A-Power has been working with Tiexin Cement since 2007. Currently A-Power’s contracted projects include three main generators of power station: the steam turbine, the boiler and power generator. A-Power is also responsible for installation, adjustment of the precipitator, construction, procurement of the equipment and construction material. Contract total is approximately 110 million RMB (16 million USD). A-Power will act as the general contractor; its responsibilities include the construction, procurement, installation and adjustment of equipments and trial operation of the micro-grid DG. The construction will commence in December 2009 and will be completed in May 2010.

Mr. Jinxiang Lu, CEO of A-Power Generation, commented, “A-Power has enjoyed an excellent working relationship with Tiexin Cement since 2007. Previously completed cement waste-heat power generation projects for Tiexin Cement have been fully operational and connected to the grid. Tiexin has been satisfied with the quality of our work in the past.”

About A-Power

A-Power Energy Generation Systems Ltd., through its China- based operating subsidiaries, is the largest provider of distributed power generation systems in China, focusing on energy-efficient and environmentally friendly projects of 25MW to 400MW. In 2008, A-Power entered the wind energy market and has built China’s largest wind turbine manufacturing facility, located in Shenyang, Liaoning Province, with technologies licensed from German FUHRLANDER AG and Denmark-based Norwin, and a total annual production capacity of 1,125MW. In March 2009, A-Power entered into an agreement to establish a Joint Venture partnership with GE Drivetrain Technologies to produce wind turbine gearboxes in Shenyang. A-Power also has strategic relationships with Tsinghua University in Beijing and the China Academy of Sciences in Guangzhou to develop and commercialize other renewable energy technologies.

Source: PR Newswire

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