Heyuan Power Plant

The Heyuan Power Plant Project is a joint venture between a subsidiary of Hopewell Holdings and the Shenzhen Energy Group for 2 x 600 megawatts ultra-supercritical coal-fired power plant built in Heyuan City, Guangdong Province. Besides being one of the province's most efficient and environmentally friendly coal-fired power plants, it was also the first in China to be equipped with a flue gas desulphurisation wastewater treatment system.

The total investment cost of the project is about RMB4.7 billion (as per final account). Unit 1 and Unit 2 commenced operation in Jan 2009 and Aug 2009 respectively.


Key Operating Data FY16 FY17
Gross generation (GWh) 4,300 5,200
Utilisation rateN1 41% 49%
Availability factorN2 66% 73%
Average on-grid tariff rate
(with desulphurization, denitrification and dust removal) (excluding VAT) (RMB/MWh)
394.4 374.2N3
Approximate cost of coal (5,500 kcal/kg)
(incl. transportation cost and excl. VAT) (RMB/ton)
475 600


N1: Utilisation rate = Gross generation during the period under review / Total number of hours during the period under review X Installed capacity
N2: Availability factor = The number of hours for electricity generation during the period under review / Total number of hours during the period under review
N3: With super low emission tariff: Unit 1 - since 18 Jan 2017; Unit 2 - during FY17

Address Puqianzhen, Heyuan, Guangdong Province

 

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