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State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC) is undertaking the construction of a hydropower plant with a capacity of 3600MW in Fengning, Hebei, China.
The project will be developed in two phases. The first phase will have capacity 1800MW and it will use six units having the capacity of 300MW each. The second phase will have a capacity of 1800MW and it will use six units including four fix speed units and two variable speed unit with the capacity of 300MW each.
It includes the construction of powerhouses, substations, headrace tunnels, dams, the installation of turbines, generators and transformers, and the laying of transmission lines.
Sinohydro Bureau 3 Co. Ltd., China Gezhouba Group, China Railway No. 9 Group Co. Ltd., China Energy Construction Group Co., Ltd and China TIESIJU Civil Engineering Group Co Ltd. have been appointed as construction contractors for the first phase.
China Energy Construction Group Co., Ltd and Sinohydro Bureau 14 Co., Ltd., have been appointed as a construction contractor. Dongfang Electric Machinery Co., Ltd. appointed as turbine supplier for the second phase.
In August 2013, Construction commenced on the first phase.
In August 2015, Construction commenced on the second phase.
Construction activities are underwayScope
The project involves the construction of a hydro power plant with a capacity of 3,600MW in Fengning, Hebei, China.
The US$5,379 million project includes the following: