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1 GE Power POWERING THE FUTURE with GAS POWER SYSTEMS 2017 OFFERINGS gepower.com

2 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I TABLE OF CONTENTS CONTENTS Powering the Future with Gas Power Systems Industry Overview About Gas Power Systems Industry-Leading Capabilities Technology Leadership The Power of Digital Power Plants Overview HA HA F F E & GT13E E LMS F LM B LM TM Topping Cycle Overview and Scope Gas Turbine Portfolio H-Class Milestones Mobile Fast Power Fuel Flexibility Bottoming Cycle Overview and Scope HRSG Portfolio Steam Turbine Portfolio Heat Rejection Systems Electrical Conversion Overview and Scope Generator Portfolio Electrical Balance of Plant Plant Controls Power Generation Validation Appendix

3 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I POWERING THE FUTURE WITH GAS POWER SYSTEMS GAS POWER SYSTEMS HIGHLIGHTS Set world record with HA combined cycle technology Announced first 6F.03 power island in Asia Added 700 MW fast power in Indonesia Acquired Doosan Engineering & Construction s HRSG business Opened Advanced Manufacturing Works in Greenville, SC, USA POWERING THE FUTURE with Gas Power Systems Power is quite simply a powerful thing. It is the foundation of the modern world, and with nearly 1.2 billion people still without access to electricity, the global demand for power is expected to grow exponentially over the next few decades. Given this reality, our industry must continue working to strike a balance between power plant performance and environmental sustainability. At GE s Gas Power Systems, we continue to push the boundaries of what s possible in pursuit of this goal. Today our world-class portfolio utilizes the 210+ years of combined experience of GE and Alstom, and it has been expanded across the entire plant. It includes industry-leading gas and steam turbines, generators, heat recovery steam generators, condensers and other balance of plant equipment making GE the largest OEM supplier in the gas turbine space. We have also combined decades of technology leadership at GE with digitally-driven solutions so that our customers can take advantage of valuable insights and data to deliver innovative business outcomes. GE s Digital Power Plant solutions are estimated to provide $230 million in value for a new 500 MW power plant. And in 2016, GE unveiled a game changer at EDF s 605 megawatt plant in Bouchain, France. Powered by our HA gas turbine, the plant achieved an unprecedented combined cycle efficiency of up to percent and GE set a record for powering the world s most efficient combined cycle power plant. Our HA power plant technology is also faster capable of reaching full power in less than 30 minutes and more flexible than ever before, helping our customers to meet increasingly dynamic grid demands. I am pleased to share our 2017 offerings with you. And I am confident that today GE s Gas Power Systems is positioned better than anyone in the industry to customize a solution to fit your power needs and deliver it with the highest standards of safety, quality, and compliance. We look forward to working with you. Joe Mastrangelo President and CEO GE Gas Power Systems 4 5

4 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I INDUSTRY OVERVIEW INDUSTRY OVERVIEW Growth in Energy Demand Today, one out of every six people in the world is without access to electricity. Power demand is growing globally and access to reliable, affordable electricity is a critical enabler for economic growth and quality of life. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), by 2020, the global economy s GDP is expected to grow by 3.5 percent annually and the population will increase by about one billion. In line with these economic and demographic forecasts, the IEA projects that total energy demand will rise by one-third through This corresponds to a 1 percent compound annual growth rate in Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries and a 3 percent growth rate across the rest of the world. Between new installed capacity and retired plants, an additional 6,700 gigawatts (GW) of power is expected to be added in the next 25 years. PEOPLE WITHOUT ELECTRICITY TODAY ENERGY DRIVERS Economic growth (GDP) Population growth Industrial vs. service sector growth Demand-side management/energy efficiency CAPACITY DRIVERS Environmental policy Economic displacement Peak demand growth Fuel availability and price POWER GENERATION TRENDS Gas is the fastest growing of the fossil fuels and, within the next 18 years, is forecasted to become the single largest source of installed capacity. By 2040, the OECD/IEA expects gas to emerge as a power player in the global energy mix, rivaling the popularity of the industry s traditional choices: coal and oil. Latin America: 22 M 1.2 BILLION PEOPLE LACK ACCESS TO RELIABLE POWER LARGEST SOURCE OF ELECTRICITY GENERATION IN THE US IN 2015 WAS FUELED BY GAS MENA: 17 M Africa: 635 M Source: IEA, World Bank, GE Marketing GAS POWER Dev. Asia (Excluding India): 290 M India: 240 M % Access Rate % OF POWER ADDED IN THE NEXT DECADE WILL BE 1,400 GW OF ADDITIONAL GAS POWER GENERATED IN LEADING ALL OTHER FORMS OF GENERATION Source: IEA, IHS, EIA, EPRI, GE Marketing Renewable power capacity additions will be twice that of gas additions in the next decade; however larger load factors will allow gas and other fossil fuels to maintain their dominance in power generation. Gas turbine power plants serve as a complement to intermittent renewables generation, offering such valuable features as rapid start, output flexibility, and turndown capability. THE FUTURE OF GAS Solar Other Renewables Wind Nuclear ~24,000 TWh Oil Steam Gas Hydro Hydro 12% Nuclear 0% Oil 0% Wind 12% Steam 24% Other Renewables 1% ~31,000 TWh Generation 2015 Capacity Additions Generation 2025 Sources: IEA, IHS,EIA, EPRI, GE Marketing Solar 22% Gas 24% Solar Other Renewables Wind Hydro Oil Steam Gas Nuclear

5 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I INDUSTRY OVERVIEW ADVANTAGES OF GAS GENERATION Efficient Use of Land: Efficient Use of Capital: Efficient Use of Fuel: 1 PT OF EFFICIENCY = 80 MW/ACRE HIGHEST IN THE INDUSTRY NUCLEAR.... ~30 MW/ACRE COAL ~10 MW/ACRE SOLAR.... <1 MW/ACRE WIND.... <1 MW/ACRE Fast Power: ONLINE AS FAST AS 90 DAYS SIMPLE CYCLE GAS FASTEST IN THE INDUSTRY NUCLEAR....~6 YEARS COAL.... ~3 YEARS WIND.... ~6 MONTHS SOLAR.... ~6 MONTHS $500-$1000/kW LOWEST IN INDUSTRY-SIZE ECONOMIES WIND.... ~$1300/KW SOLAR.... ~$1500/KW COAL ~$2500/KW NUCLEAR.... ~$5000/KW Cleaner: HALF THE CO2 OF COAL LOWER ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT $50 M OF FUEL SAVINGS OVER YEARS 10 There when you need it: DISPATCHABLE FLEXIBLE POWER WIND % CAPACITY FACTOR SOLAR... 27% CAPACITY FACTOR Source: IEA, IHS, EIA, EPRI, GE Marketing REGIONAL OUTLOOK Population growth and economic convergence are shifting the center of energy growth towards emerging markets; China and India will be the main sources of energy demand, though with different dynamics. China is and will remain the largest consumer of energy. However, as its economy rebalances toward domestic consumption and services, China will become less energy intensive, and the pace of Chinese energy demand growth will slow. In India, on the other hand, the process of industrialization is about to accelerate, driving a much steeper increase in energy demand. Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America will also see significant increases in demand. European energy demand is projected to have the lowest rate of growth at <0.5 percent per year, influenced by slower economic growth, demographic changes, populations shifts, and faster improvements in energy efficiency. Energy demand in the United States is expected to stabilize close to current levels. FORECAST DEMAND FOR GAS POWER OVER THE NEXT DECADE Europe 11% North America 8% Asia 14% Sub Saharan Africa 5% India 4% China 17% Middle East/ North Africa 21% Latin America 19% As countries move forward with their large heavy duty gas turbine projects, they are calling for greater efficiency in their gas power systems; H-class technology is answering that call and the presence of these machines continues to increase. HEAVY DUTY GAS TURBINE MARKET SHARE 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% INTERMEDIATE MW Sources: IEA, IHS,EIA, EPRI, GE Marketing F-CLASS H-CLASS 0% Sources: IEA, McCoy Power Reports, IHS, EIA, EPRI, GE Marketing 8 9

6 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I INDUSTRY OVERVIEW DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION It is rare to find a gas-fired power plant that operates the same way it did the day it was commissioned. Gas-fired power plants have the flexibility to operate with different load factors and characteristics to achieve the desired economic outcomes every day. This variability is valuable, but only if customers understand the limitations of their products. GE contemplates these limits when products are first designed and can help customers optimize performance and profitability by predicting and responding to construction, plant, and market dynamics. Over the next decade, there will be ~$1.3 trillion of value to be captured by plant owners and generators in the digital transformation. Further changing the operational landscape is the convergence of hardware, digital software, and advanced analytics. This digital transformation is disrupting the electricity industry, challenging old models and creating unprecedented opportunities. Power generation is becoming more reliable, affordable, and sustainable with technologies that lower costs, improve efficiency, and reduce carbon output. GE is a strategic partner in this transformation, and can provide masterful guidance and support as the industry evolves to accommodate flexibility and connectivity challenges. FLEXIBILITY CHALLENGES Growth in variable generation Fluctuating fuel prices Higher load variability with consumer distributed power CONNECTIVITY CHALLENGES <2% of data is captured; lack of automation Increased cyber risks Rapid pace of technology evolution Lack of connectivity among assets OPPORTUNITIES Versatile solutions that adapt quickly to changing environments and needs Fuel flexible gas turbines Integrated total-plant controls OPPORTUNITIES Digital platforms that connect plant controls, supervisory optimization applications, and cloud-based business applications Common operating language that delivers real-time insight Easy-to-use total-plant controls that monitor cyber threats ENHANCED FLEXIBILITY BENEFITS Increased reliability Minimized equipment damage and longer equipment life Reduced environmental impact ENHANCED CONNECTIVITY BENEFITS Predictive analytics drive increased empowerment and productivity Advanced controls protect against cyber attacks Connected assets increase system efficiency 10 11

7 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I ABOUT GAS POWER SYSTEMS GE S GAS POWER SYSTEMS Delivering for our Customers CUSTOMER SUCCESS STORY A WORLD RECORD 62.22% EFFICIENCY I FULL POWER IN < 30 MIN I GENERATES > 605 MW GE s 9HA.01 gas turbine is powering EDF s 605 MW combined cycle power plant, the most efficient combined cycle power plant in the world. Generating the equivalent power needed to supply 680,000 homes, the Bouchain plant is the latest achievement in a 45-year partnership between GE and EDF. The flexibility of a fast start allows partners to respond quickly to grid demand fluctuations, integrating renewables as necessary. Bouchain s CO 2 emissions are approximately 55 percent less than a standard thermal power plant. When the turbine burns 3.3 tons of natural gas mixed with air equivalent to 23 tanker trucks out comes just 6.3 fluid ounces of pollution, a volume slightly larger than a half-can of soda. Tough challenges need to be met with smart solutions. For 130+ years, GE has been delivering innovative products and services that create significant value for power generation customers. Advancing an industry is no easy feat; it takes commitment, knowledge, and above all, an intimate understanding of what customers want and need. GE Gas Power Systems has it all and we are excited to put our global team to work for you. Our focus spans three keys areas. First, we give our customers the capability to meet, and even exceed, their project goals with assets that employ the latest cooling, aerodynamic, combustion, and digital technologies. Our claims for performance are backed by rigorous testing and validation that are completed before our products even leave the manufacturing floor. Next, we provide versatility to give our customers the tools and know-how they need to adapt quickly to changing environments. This includes access to products that feature operational flexibility for startup and turndown, fuel flexibility, and integration with advanced, total-plant controls. Lastly, our commitment to sustainability is unwavering as we seek to provide solutions that benefit not only our customers, but our future generations. That means products that meet or exceed environmental regulations and technical innovations that strive for a cleaner, more prosperous environment. MORE POWER 12 13

8 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I INDUSTRY-LEADING CAPABILITIES WHAT YOU NEED, WHERE YOU NEED IT Solutions for Every Application From simple cycle and combined cycle power generation to combined heat and power (CHP), mechanical drive, and waste-to-power, GE has the experience and gas turbines to serve your needs. Individual operating schemes are vast and varied, and GE is committed to providing a flexible portfolio of products to support a full spectrum of operating needs: from fast starts and load following to get peak customers on the grid quickly, to high availability and reliability to keep baseload customers online for the long haul. GE s portfolio of power generation products provides a sense of certainty in an uncertain world, delivering the operational flexibility and performance needed to adapt to the rapidly evolving energy environment. These solutions are deployable to even the most remote of locations with the harshest of conditions; if you are in need of a localized power source, you can count on GE to deliver. AT A GLANCE ALUMINIUM BAHRAIN B.S.C. (ALBA) Alba is one of the largest aluminum smelters in the world, and with a new 1,792 MW combined cycle power plant, Alba will be the first smelter to use H-class technology. Three 9HA gas turbines will power the Line 6 smelter, providing highly reliable power that can quickly respond to load fluctuations from the smelter. Aluminum production is very energy intensive, with electricity typically accounting for a significant portion of production costs. GE s HA technology will help Alba add 540,000 metric tonnes per annum (mtpa) to its current production, boosting the company s ability to sustain its competitive position in the global market. PANAMA Panama s small power grid isn t conducive to traditional H-class technology, but when a power company in the country needed a dual fuel solution that could accommodate imported liquefied natural gas (LNG), they turned to GE. We are delivering highly efficient, intermediate-sized machines to power a 350 MW combined cycle power plant that will be Panama s first natural gas-fired generation plant. Dual fuel capability will enable the plant to switch sources and maintain consistent availability should imported LNG fuel become unavailable. This project supports the country s National Energy Plan, which aims to generate at least 70 percent of its power from renewable sources and reduce energy sector emissions

9 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I TECHNOLOGY LEADERSHIP ENERGIZING OPPORTUNITY Technology Leadership Enabling More Accessible Power As you read through this catalog and explore GE s power generation portfolio, think about all the things around you that require power lighting, heating and air conditioning, your personal devices, a hot cup of coffee or tea. Reliable and affordable power is critical for daily life, yet today, more than one billion people worldwide don t have access to this vital resource. At GE, we imagine a future without energy poverty, a future where every home, school, and business can tap into a clean and modern source of electricity. For more than a century, we have been investing in fundamental applied research and development, often with the support of the United States Department of Energy, to make this future today s reality. We operate seven state-of-the-art Global Research facilities around the globe where the world s brightest scientists, engineers, and researchers create a path for GE s future. ADVANCED MANUFACTURING IS REVOLUTIONIZING TECHNOLOGY GROWTH GE s 125,000 square foot Advanced Manufacturing Works facility in Greenville, South Carolina (United States) is leading future growth in manufacturing technology by changing the way we make things, allowing us to launch new technologies and products faster. CAPABILITIES: 3D PRINTING I COMPOSITE MATERIALS I ADVANCED ROBOTICS I INNOVATIVE MACHINING GE s technology heritage is unparalleled in the power generation industry. Technology innovation, coupled with vast fleet experience from our installed base, is expanding our domain expertise in core energy industry disciplines such as materials science, aerodynamics, combustion, and heat transfer. Additive technology is increasingly disrupting how we design, build, and service our products. These advancements translate to more power and more efficient power, which reduces life cycle costs and maximizes profitability for our customers. TECHNOLOGY CUSTOMER BENEFITS LATEST ADVANCEMENTS Heat Transfer Aerodynamics Combustion Additive Manufacturing Advanced cooling and sealing features in the hot gas path deliver up to 0.8% output and 0.1% efficiency improvement to H-class machines Improved life management in hot and harsh operating conditions Increased turbine efficiency (gas and steam products) Reduced cooling flow demand Higher generating efficiency while producing fewer pollutants Improved turndown and part load capability within emissions limits Broader fuels usage and dual fuel operation Shifts in entitlement performance over conventional manufacturing provide 1%+ output improvement on 9HA plants Shorter manufacturing cycles for development and production Geometry optimization to reduce equipment cost Near surface cooling moves gas path temperatures closer to H-class levels, but with F-class cooling flows Gas turbine last stage blade cooling architecture enables increased annulus area or higher exhaust temperatures for the bottoming cycle Full speed, full load validation of advanced 3D turbine airfoil designs, introduced on the 9HA.02 Integration of legacy GE and Alstom last stage blade for optimum steam turbine performance 50 F increase in firing temperature on H-class machines, validated in full speed, full load test facility Robust fuel conditioning for liquid fuel operation on Dry Low Emissions (DLE) combustors Application to advanced architectures for turbine shrouds and nozzles Simplification of system design, less total assembly parts, and reduction in fabricated joints on Dry Low NOx (DLN) combustion systems A digital transformation is also disrupting the status quo, bridging the gap between data extraction and meaningful utilization. Traditional power plants operate using multiple machines and each machine has its own system to measure and/or monitor performance. GE is working to consolidate and manage data to provide that single pane of glass that operations management and staff need to see how operations are performing across the plant and across multiple plants

10 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I THE POWER OF DIGITAL THE POWER OF DIGITAL Turning Insight into Business Outcomes A monumental shift is taking place in the power generation industry, challenging old models and creating unprecedented opportunities. Software and data analytics are combining with advanced hardware to create new digitally enhanced power generation that will deliver greater performance, reliability, affordability, and sustainability. These new capabilities are helping to lower costs, improve efficiencies, create growth opportunities, and reduce carbon footprints. Digital is the secret to a competitive edge in a dynamic market. With GE as your partner, you can custom-tailor a strategy that makes sense for your assets, your needs, and your unique operating profile. UNLOCKING POTENTIAL GE s DIGITAL PRODUCT PLATFORMS CONTROLS Integrated plant controls built on the Industrial Internet Control System (IICS). Benefits Delivers a consistent user experience and common tools across the plant; provides the architecture for real-time adaptive control that protects assets; can connect and respond to analytics to enhance operations and improve outcomes. SOLUTIONS Advanced software models and analytics that create a virtual version of the power plant and can be paired with controls and sensing to deliver applications for customized operations. Benefits What if scenario planning to improve and de-risk plant design and construction from inception to commercial operation; expand plant capability and improve profitability with customized operation and decision support applications. 3% FUEL EFFICIENCY 2% OUTPUT 5% UNPLANNED DOWNTIME 25% O&M COSTS 20% LESS FUEL ON STARTS These representative customer outcomes do not guarantee results DID YOU KNOW? Power plants can lose $10 billion a year due to the inability to identify issues early and abnormal events attributed to operator error. DIGITAL FOR THE GAS POWER PLANT Marrying the physical strengths of our best-in-class gas power technology with GE s industry-leading agile digital technologies, our Digital Power Plant can help you achieve even better performance, greater efficiencies, and improved reliability at the lowest emissions possible. Customized for individual needs and wants, the Digital Power Plant is built on a control and software platform that expands plant capabilities, delivering enhanced controllability as well as improved project execution through integrated models and simulation. It serves a plant s full life cycle from project planning to startup and on through servicing. With the power of digital, power plant owners can optimize performance and profitability by predicting and responding to construction, plant, and market dynamics. DIGITAL POWER PLANT CONTROLS At the foundation of the Digital Power Plant is the GE-engineered, integrated, local plant control built on the Industrial Internet Control System (IICS) a secure, scalable, and distributed control architecture with a user experience that reduces costs and increases operator efficiency. IICS is designed to leverage the power of the Industrial Internet through an ecosystem of connected local plant controls, supervisory optimization applications, and cloud-based business applications. The IICS leverages Predix*, a platform created by GE to serve the unique needs of the industry. Machine assets of any vendor and vintage can be connected to the cloud and one another with Predix-based applications. Predix-ready machines all speak the same language. They deliver real-time data and insight, improving operator equipment performance, condition monitoring, and diagnostics capabilities. Other IICS features include: ActivePoint* Human Machine Interface (HMI): Contemporary user experience with enhanced visualization, alarm rationalization, and server-based thin client deployment. Control Server: Scalable multi-core supervisory control platform consolidates hardware via virtualized machines, hosts thin client services and Predix apps, and provides Predix cloud connectivity. FOUNDATION Fieldbus and Smart Devices: Digital data bus technology reduces costs and improves diagnostics. Cyber Security: Comprehensive network security solutions block malicious activity and attacks. Mark* VIe: Unit controls and distributed control system (DCS). For more details on GE s control systems and software, see Plant Controls beginning on page

11 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I THE POWER OF DIGITAL DIGITAL POWER PLANT SOLUTIONS For new plants, the digital journey begins with the creation of an integrated plant system model that incorporates 3D arrangement with its Digital Twin, a collection of physics-based methods and advanced analytics that model the present state of assets in a virtual view of the power plant. These system-level models utilize both physics-based domain knowledge as well as terabytes of operational and test data to simulate asset-level and plant-level performance, cost, emissions, and life. GE is developing machine-learning algorithms to evolve the Digital Twin throughout the plant s life cycle and to build what if scenario plans to help improve plant design and construction. As a new plant transitions from construction to commercial operation, Digital Power Plant applications connect the Digital Twin with advanced controls to achieve improved performance and customized operations. The software applications allow power plant owners to optimize the performance and profitability of their systems with better informed short- and long-term decisions to balance revenue, cost, and risk. Predictive analytics and control simulations consider past and future scenarios and advanced control capabilities act to achieve desired outcomes. Digital Twin is the key to unlocking the next chapter in power plant engineering, procurement, and construction. With Digital Power Plant solutions you can: Reduce variable operating and maintenance costs by planning outages with odometers & performance recovery advisors. Reduce operating costs utilizing efficiency optimizer, start agility, fast load following, and turndown. Increase MWh generation while managing outage intervals utilizing peak fire, cold part load, and dispatch optimizer. Maintain system flexibility and reliability while riding through extreme grid events or participating in fast frequency regulation with virtual battery. DID YOU KNOW? The value of a Digital Power Plant over the life of an average 500 MW plant is estimated at $230 million for new plants and $50 million for existing plants

12 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I THE POWER OF DIGITAL DIGITAL POWER PLANT FLEET SOLUTIONS The Digital Power Plant is Predix enabled via the IICS. By providing a standard way to develop, deploy, and operate industrial machine software, GE s Predix platform turns ordinary machines into smart machines. Predix-ready machines work together and deliver real-time data and insight, improving overall operator efficiency and performance. Today, Digital Power Plants are plug-and-play with fleet-level Asset Management, Operations Optimization, Business Optimization, and Cyber Security solutions. Asset Management (APM) is designed to increase asset reliability and availability while reducing maintenance costs. APM connects disparate data sources and uses advanced analytics to turn that data into actionable insights while fostering collaboration and knowledge management across the organization. APM provides organizations the flexibility to develop new analytics and applications. Operations Optimization (OO) provides key performance indicator (KPI) focused analytics to multiple levels of the customer s organization. OO enables a consistent view of operations, allowing better and faster decision making. Additionally, designed to help plant managers increase operational flexibility, OO s continuing evolution of plant optimization edge-to-cloud solutions address plant capacity, efficiency, flexibility, availability, and emissions over its life cycle. OO not only shows organizations where they re performing today, but provides recommendations on operational changes that will influence a more positive outcome over the long term. Business Optimization helps power producers take full advantage of predictive analytics to make improved decisions around power trading, fuel purchases, and portfolio management. Cyber Security solutions assess risks and implement preventative measures to ensure plant security from initial commercial operation through the entire plant life cycle. Asset Advanced proprietary analytics predict potential equipment failure to effectively plan maintenance. Accurate diagnosis of equipment issues helps move towards no unplanned downtime. Customized maintenance strategies through OO suite reduces maintenance activity and costs. Operations Optimization Relevant signals and variables provide operators with real-time actionable information on plant operability, safety, and availability margins. Digital Twin enables asset-level optimization of fuel analysis, asset performance, and plant-level optimization. Real-time information enables quick decisions with advisable situations regarding transient, low-load, and startup operation. Business Optimization Real-time transparency to power production grants additional MW to sell. Avoid penalties by making offers with confidence to meet delivery commitments. Accurate and profitable fuel purchasing decisions based on data-driven analytics. Real-time insights into financial KPIs for executives, traders, and plant managers. Cyber Security Reduce the risk of cyber attacks on key assets, SCADA/ICS systems, and network infrastructure. Proactive identification of critical vulnerabilities and security events. Improve operational reliability and reduce risk in business continuity. Regulatory compliance for NERC CIP

13 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I POWER PLANTS GE S PLANT APPROACH Meeting Your Needs with Custom Power Generation Technology, experience, and people this combination is what allows GE to deliver the highest value simple cycle and combined cycle power plants anywhere in the world. Our technology provides the lowest life cycle cost of converting fuel to electricity; our experience spans 100+ years and includes countless impactful innovations and technology improvements; and our people work every day to create and deliver ground breaking solutions for customers, partners, and communities around the world. ELECTRICAL CONVERSION CONTROLS TOPPING CYCLE BOTTOMING CYCLE Our simple and combined cycle power plants are flexible in their operation and include features such as fast start and load ramping, load turndown, and high full- and part-load efficiencies. This flexibility delivers improved plant economics, including: Reduced capital costs Reduced operation and maintenance costs Shorter installation times, reduced installation costs, and fast revenue production Improved reliability and availability GE s integrated approach to plant development means that from planning through commissioning, we consider individual components as well as balance of plant systems in each decision we make with our customers. This holistic view keeps us focused on your wants and needs and in tune with each selection s impact on the overall product. Each system, and our associated power generation offerings, are discussed in the subsequent sections of this catalog. TOPPING CYCLE: The gas turbine and its dedicated systems. BOTTOMING CYCLE: The steam turbine, heat recovery steam generator (HRSG), and systems that reject heat to the environment. ELECTRICAL CONVERSION: The systems that produce and export power to the grid or supply power to plant equipment. CONTROLS: The systems and software that protect, control, monitor, and improve performance of the entire plant. SOLUTIONS TAILORED TO YOUR NEEDS It is rare to find two plants perfectly alike, which is why you ll find GE working hand-in-hand with customers to develop and build custom engineered solutions to match unique business and operational needs. Whether the project requires a single gas turbine generator set or a multi-unit turnkey solution, GE has readily available product designs to meet critical power needs quickly. GE also has a global team of experienced application engineers around the world to support economic analysis and off-design performance of our products to satisfy any special application, operational, or environmental need. We are committed to defining the best solution with our customers from the foundation of our product performance to other levels of support, whether through customized long-term service agreements, financing solutions, or additional product solutions and services. Customization starts with product configuration and understanding the right scope of supply that customers and partners need from GE. When it comes to financing your project, GE s Energy Financial Services business offers a range of solutions to make your business model and well-defined strategy a reality. A full portfolio of equity investments includes projects with individual companies, partnerships, and both private and public energy companies. For those who require something a little different, GE also offers debt solutions, including options like leasing and limited partnerships

14 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I POWER PLANTS CONFIGURATIONS FOR EVERY APPLICATION The choice of single shaft or multi-shaft combined cycle plant depends on numerous customer-specific requirements such as land availability, grid access constraints, $/kw target, and expected operating profile. In all cases, GE s high performance gas turbine-based power plants can meet your unique wants and needs. PLANT TYPE SINGLE SHAFT ADVANTAGES MULTI-SHAFT ADVANTAGES Combined Cycle Single Gas Turbine Smaller footprint/highest power density (MW/m 2 ) Lower CAPEX and lower $/kw than multi-shaft Accommodates higher levels of CHP and supplemental firing Amenable to conversion from simple to combined cycle Combined Cycle Multiple Gas Turbines Better single gas turbine efficiency Improved redundancy Phased block construction flexibility Highest efficiency entitlement Lower CAPEX and lower $/kw Accommodates higher levels of CHP and supplemental firing Amenable to conversion from simple to combined cycle EQUIPMENT ONLY TO FULL TURNKEY With decades of experience and component know-how, GE extracts maximum value out of every piece of equipment we deploy. Whether we work directly with you or through an engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contractor, our scopes of supply are designed to meet individual procurement strategies and risk profiles. GE supplies as little or as much as you need from equipment to full turnkey. Moving beyond equipment enables more comprehensive performance and operability guarantees and reduces the risk of gaps in scope between suppliers and contractors. With the latter, customers may be able to obtain more favorable financing and insurance terms

15 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I POWER PLANTS EQUIPMENT SCOPE FOR INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS EXTENDED SCOPE OF SUPPLY MECHANICAL DRIVE GAS TURBINE COMBINED CYCLE EQUIPMENT ONLY GE Supplies: Any combination of gas turbine, steam turbine, generator, HRSG + accessories + controls GE Guarantees: Equipment performance, equipment delivery SIMPLE CYCLE GAS TURBINE BOTTOMING CYCLE (COMBINED CYCLE ADD-ON) POWER ISLAND ENGINEERED EQUIPMENT PACKAGE (PI-EEP) GE Supplies: Gas turbine + steam turbine generator + HRSG + DCS + emissions monitoring + critical control valves + condenser + emissions monitoring GE Guarantees: Combined cycle performance, operability, power island emissions, near-field acoustics, equipment delivery SIMPLE CYCLE GAS TURBINE COGEN REPOWERING TURNKEY PLANT (TK PLANT) With partner or self-implement GE Supplies: Various scope from PI-EEP to total plant GE Guarantees (depending on partner scope split): Combined cycle performance, operability, plant emissions, far-field acoustics, commercial operation date 28 29

16 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I POWER PLANTS LESS SITE TIME, LESS RISK Time is precious, so meeting plant construction milestones is critical to project success. To help promote ease of constructability in all our projects, we have infused our offerings with features that support less on site work, driving process efficiency and alleviating associated risk. UPPER ENCLOSURE (Service Platform) UPPER ENCLOSURE (Service Platform) The main focus is on how we assemble the gas turbine and accessories on site. GE s HA gas turbine enclosure features a modular architecture with valves, piping, and electrical systems packaged into stackable modules with segregated work zones. These zones allow for simultaneous installation of electrical, piping, and mechanical systems and reduce safety concerns and delays due to interfering tasks. With significantly more room for maintenance than the historical F-class, this enclosure called our prime package reduces installation time and cost while offering simpler and faster serviceability. AIR EXTRACTION MODULE FUEL CONTROL MODULE AIR EXTRACTION MODULE GAS TURBINE DRAINS MODULE THE GE ADVANTAGE PRIME PACKAGE FIRST FIRE READY IN 10,000 FEWER MAN HOURS 98% REDUCTION IN FIELD-INSTALLED VALVES 54% 50% REDUCTION REDUCTION IN TURBINE FIELD WELDS IN ELECTRICAL TERMINATIONS 41% REDUCTION IN PIPING SYSTEM INTERFACES LOWER AIR EXTRACTION MODULE Versus traditional F-class packaging 30 31

17 THE HEART OF A COMBINED CYCLE POWER PLANT IS THE GAS TURBINE 32 33

18 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I POWER PLANTS 9HA POWER PLANTS (50 Hz) The world s highest power density combined cycle plants are powered by GE 9HA gas turbines. These turbines marry sheer power and record-breaking efficiency to deliver the most cost-effective conversion of fuel to electricity. Streamlined maintenance completes the offering, creating an ideal solution to meet increasingly dynamic power demands across a range of applications. CAPABILITY VERSATILITY SUSTAINABILITY Ramp rates greater than 100 MW/min and +38% turndown enable MW of power on the grid in about 4 minutes Wide gas variability, including high ethane (shale) gas and LNG Lowest air emissions (NOx, CO 2 ) across all forms of fossil fuelbased power generation CUSTOMER HIGHLIGHT By commissioning the first combined cycle plant equipped with GE s HA turbine, EDF demonstrates its intent to apply the best available technologies on the market to make its French thermal power plants more energy efficient while supporting the energy transition. Jean-Bernard Lévy, CEO, EDF SC Plant 1x CC Plant 2x CC Plant 9HA.01 9HA.02 SC Net Output (MW) SC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 7,910 7,766 SC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 8,346 8,194 SC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 43.1% 43.9% CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 5,383 5,373 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 5,679 5,669 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 63.4% 63.5% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 38.0% 38.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) <30 <30 CC Net Output (MW) 1,320 1,613 CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 5,373 5,356 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 5,669 5,630 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 63.5% 63.7% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 18.0% 18.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) <30 <30 NOTE: All ratings are net plant, based on ISO conditions and natural gas fuel. Actual performance will vary with project specific conditions and fuel. DID YOU KNOW? The 9HA holds the world record for powering the most efficient combined cycle power plant at 62.22% efficiency MW SIMPLE CYCLE OUTPUT >63% COMBINED CYCLE EFFICIENCY 34 35

19 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I POWER PLANTS 7HA POWER PLANTS (60 Hz) Whether your plant operates at baseload or peaking profiles, you can count on GE s 7HA gas turbine to deliver impressive performance. The 7HA operates across a wide range of gases, including high ethane (shale) gas and LNG, and can deliver a rapid startup, ramping up to full load in less than 30 minutes. CAPABILITY VERSATILITY SUSTAINABILITY MW/minute ramping capability within emissions compliance Turndown 2x1 plant load to about 18% of baseload while maintaining emissions compliance Simplified dual fuel system uses less water and eliminates fuel recirculation CUSTOMER HIGHLIGHT Exelon is pleased to continue our longstanding relationship with GE to provide additional natural gas generating capacity with industry-leading performance. GE s high output and high efficiency H-class technologies enable us to provide our customers with reliable and low-cost energy. Ken Cornew, President and CEO, Exelon Generation DID YOU KNOW? With the 7HA gas turbine s modular packaging configuration, our 7HA multi-shaft plant solutions can meet an aggressive construction schedule of less than 27 months. SC Plant 1x CC Plant 2x CC Plant 7HA.01 7HA.02 SC Net Output (MW) SC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 8,150 8,020 SC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 8,599 8,462 SC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 41.9% 42.5% CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 5,497 5,408 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 5,799 5,706 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 62.1% 63.1% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 33.0% 38.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) <30 <30 CC Net Output (MW) 877 1,122 CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 5,466 5,398 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 5,767 5,695 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 62.4% 63.2% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 15.0% 18.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) <30 <30 NOTE: All ratings are net plant, based on ISO conditions and natural gas fuel. Actual performance will vary with project specific conditions and fuel MW SIMPLE CYCLE OUTPUT >63% COMBINED CYCLE EFFICIENCY 36 37

20 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I POWER PLANTS 9F POWER PLANTS (50 Hz) One of the most manufactured gas turbines in the world, GE s 9F delivers consistent performance and accommodates a diverse range of fuels, making it ideal for a variety of combined cycle and CHP power applications. 9F power plants provide flexibility and rapid response so operations can be quickly adjusted to compensate for changes in demand or use of renewable generation. CAPABILITY VERSATILITY SUSTAINABILITY 300+ units operating in the field with 17+ million fired hours & 250,000 fired starts Operational flexibility that can be rapidly adjusted to compensate for changes in demand or use of renewable generation Delivers water conservation and World Bank emissions standards without water injection while operating on liquid fuel CUSTOMER HIGHLIGHT The 466 MW Tianjin Lingang combined cycle cogeneration power plant, owned and operated by China Huaneng Corporation, features a GE 9F.05 gas turbine, a GE 330H hydrogen-cooled generator, and a district heating solution for winter operation from Harbin Electric Corporation, GE s business partner and licensing associate. It is one of the most fuel efficient Chinese power plants to date. GE 9F.05 gas turbine s high efficiency and reliability ensures that the Tianjin Lingang plant serves as a dependable source of heat and power. SC Plant 1x CC Plant 2x CC Plant 9F.04 9F.05 9F.06 SC Net Output (MW) SC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 8,810 8,930 8,146 SC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 9,295 9,422 8,595 SC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 38.7% 38.2% 41.9% CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 5,692 5,619 5,489 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,006 5,928 5,791 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 59.9% 60.7% 62.2% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 45.0% 46.0% 49.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) <30 CC Net Output (MW) ,067 CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 5,676 5,603 5,476 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 5,989 5,911 5,777 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 60.1% 60.9% 62.3% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 22.0% 23.0% 23.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) <30 NOTE: All ratings are net plant, based on ISO conditions and natural gas fuel. Actual performance will vary with project specific conditions and fuel. THE 9F.06 The 9F.06 is the largest, most efficient F-class turbine and a continued evolution of the best of our 9HA and 9F.05 products MW SIMPLE CYCLE OUTPUT >62% COMBINED CYCLE EFFICIENCY 38 39

21 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I POWER PLANTS 7F POWER PLANTS (60 Hz) Today, GE powers the globe with more than 1,100 installed 7F units, producing 173 GW of power in 12 countries. With 99 percent reliability, customers receive five to six more days of operation per year than the industry average. Beyond baseload applications, a 10-minute fast start enables increased revenue and the ability to dispatch during peak demand. CAPABILITY VERSATILITY SUSTAINABILITY Field replaceable compressor blades reduce downtime and outage costs Only F-class that burns Arabian Super Light; also offers 15% C 2, +20%/-10% Modified Wobbe Index, and 5% hydrogen Continually leading the way since being the first F-class to achieve 5 ppm NOx emissions CUSTOMER HIGHLIGHT Techint Group selected GE s 7F.05 turbines, a steam turbine, and associated generators for the Central Electrica Pesqueria combined cycle power plant in Mexico to provide 900 MW of capacity. This advanced technology will help us be more sustainable while providing reliable and efficient energy to the region. Humberto Fernandez, CEO, Pesqueria Power Plant SC Plant 1x CC Plant 2x CC Plant 7F.04 7F.05 7F.06 SC Net Output (MW) SC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 8,840 8,570 8,179 SC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 9,327 9,042 8,629 SC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 38.6% 39.8% 41.7% CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 5,715 5,660 5,574 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,030 5,972 5,881 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 59.7% 60.3% 61.2% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 58.0% 48.0% 35.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) <30 CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 5,676 5,640 5,548 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 5,989 5,972 5,854 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 60.1% 60.3% 61.5% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 27.0% 24.0% 17.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) <30 NOTE: All ratings are net plant, based on ISO conditions and natural gas fuel. Actual performance will vary with project specific conditions and fuel. THE 7F.06 Provides the best efficiency and the highest power density package when considering F-class maintenance intervals MW SIMPLE CYCLE OUTPUT >61% COMBINED CYCLE EFFICIENCY 40 41

22 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I POWER PLANTS 9E & GT13E2 POWER PLANTS (50 Hz) From desert climates, to the tropics, to the arctic cold, GE s 9E & GT13E2 power plants are equipped to operate in the most rugged conditions across a vast number of duty cycles and applications. The 9E & GT13E2 heavy duty gas turbines provide increased power and performance while maintaining the simplicity and operational strengths expected of the E-class fleet. These products maintain the largest range of industrial uses, including oil & gas applications, aluminum, steel, and integrated water and power plant (IWPP). CUSTOMER HIGHLIGHT Samra Electric Power Company selected the fuel flexible GT13E2 to power its Samra IV fast-track simple cycle power plant in the Kingdom of Jordan. It took just eight months to go from contract to commercial operation, and the plant can switch from natural gas and oil (dry) within 90 seconds. CAPABILITY VERSATILITY SUSTAINABILITY Operates in extreme environments from -40 F to 120 F Capable of order to operation in less than six months API-compliant, burning over 50 types of fuel, and can switch fuels while running under full load DID YOU KNOW? GE has shipped more than 150 GT13E2 units and has provided more than 10 million hours of utility and industrial service on those machines. SC Plant 1x CC Plant 2x CC Plant 9E.03 9E.04 GT13E2 SC Net Output (MW) SC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 9,860 9,210 8,980 SC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 10,403 9,717 9,474 SC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 34.6% 37.0% 38.0% CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,399 6,210 6,206 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,751 6,552 6,548 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 53.3% 54.9% 55.0% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 45.0% 46.0% 39.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,353 6,169 6,178 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,703 6,509 6,518 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 53.7% 55.3% 55.2% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 22.0% 22.0% 19.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) ) Ramp rates are Fast Ramp via AGC 2.) Start times are based on rapid response technologies in hot start conditions with purge credit recognized. Simultaneous start sequence of gas turbine may apply depending on exact project configurations. NOTE: All ratings are net plant, based on ISO conditions and natural gas fuel. Actual performance will vary with project specific conditions and fuel MW SIMPLE CYCLE OUTPUT >55% COMBINED CYCLE EFFICIENCY 42 43

23 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I POWER PLANTS 7E POWER PLANTS (60 Hz) When reliability and availability are critical, plants turn to GE s 7E gas turbine. Whether providing raw horsepower to drive industrial and petrochemical processes, or steady, reliable output for CHP operation, the 7E can perform. It is known for its world-leading fuel handling equipment and combustion system options, including tri-fuel capability, which lets you switch fuels while running under load or shutdown. CAPABILITY VERSATILITY SUSTAINABILITY Delivering better efficiency and NOx/CO compliant turndown to 35% of baseload on a full range of fuels Robust architecture and operating profiles make it well suited for a variety of peaking, cyclic, and baseload applications Sub 3 ppm NOx emissions without selective catalytic reduction (SCR) CUSTOMER HIGHLIGHT Air Liquide recently completed the successful redevelopment of its world-scale complex in Texas Bayport Industrial District (United States). At the center of the project are four GE 7E cogeneration units. Upgrades are increasing production and positioning Air Liquide to better serve the growing needs of their customers in a safe, reliable and efficient way. DID YOU KNOW? 98.3% reliability more that 2% higher than the industry average equates to an additional 1,500 MWh or more per year. SC Plant 1x CC Plant 2x CC Plant 7E.03 SC Net Output (MW) 91 SC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 10,060 SC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 10,614 SC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 33.9% CC Net Output (MW) 142 CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,505 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,863 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 52.5% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 45.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) 1 40 Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) 2 35 CC Net Output (MW) 287 CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,439 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,793 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 53.0% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 22.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) 1 80 Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) ) Ramp rates are Fast Ramp via AGC 2.) Start times are based on rapid response technologies in hot start conditions with purge credit recognized. Simultaneous start sequence of gas turbine may apply depending on exact project configurations. NOTE: All ratings are net plant, based on ISO conditions and natural gas fuel. Actual performance will vary with project specific conditions and fuel. 91 MW SIMPLE CYCLE OUTPUT >53% COMBINED CYCLE EFFICIENCY 44 45

24 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I POWER PLANTS LMS100 POWER PLANTS (50/60 Hz) If it s efficiency you re looking for, search no more. Our LMS100 aeroderivative gas turbine is the highest simple cycle efficiency gas turbine in the world. Its intercooled gas turbine system provides rapid startup, with an 8-minute start to full load, ramp from 15 MW to full load in less than 25 seconds, and emergency ramp speeds of up to 500 MW/minute. In high renewable penetration areas like California, our LMS100 gas turbines are providing 3 GW of generation with more than 1,400 MW/minute of ramping capability. CAPABILITY VERSATILITY SUSTAINABILITY Provides multiple fast starts per day with emissions compliant turndown to 15% Available dual fuel capability with fuel switching at full power Zero water option and lowest CO 2 emitting simple cycle gas turbine CUSTOMER HIGHLIGHT Using eight of GE s LMS100 gas turbines, an 800 MW simple cycle power plant that supplies power to California s Coachella Valley and Los Angeles Basin (United States) is helping prevent blackouts during extremely hot weather by providing peak power on demand. This quick-starting plant also provides backup to area solar and wind farms. DID YOU KNOW? A spinning reserve can be generated by combining an LMS100 and a clutch. The synchronous condensing that it creates requires zero fuel use and enables an 8-minute return from reactive to 100% real power generation. SC Plant 1x CC Plant 2x CC Plant LMS100 (50 Hz) LMS100 (60 Hz) SC Net Output (MW) SC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 8,007 7,887 SC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 8,448 8,321 SC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 42.6% 43.3% CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,633 6,606 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,998 6,970 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 51.4% 51.7% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 13.0% 13.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,614 6,587 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,978 6,950 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 51.6% 51.8% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 6.0% 6.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) NOTE: All ratings are net plant, based on ISO conditions and natural gas fuel. Actual performance will vary with project specific conditions and fuel MW SIMPLE CYCLE OUTPUT >43% SIMPLE CYCLE EFFICIENCY 46 47

25 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I POWER PLANTS 6F POWER PLANTS (50/60 Hz) With GE s 6F gas turbine, plant operators can attain the outstanding performance, reliability, and flexibility typically only seen in larger power plants. The 6F packs a lot of power into a small package, and its inherent durability and flexibility make it ideal for harsh and remote environments. Whether it be for 50 Hz or 60 Hz operation, the 6F maintains optimal efficiency and exhaust energy for combined cycle and CHP applications. The 6F offers segment-leading 32,000-hour combustion and hot gas path inspection intervals. CUSTOMER HIGHLIGHT The Korea Midland Power Company (KOMIPO) has selected GE s 6F.03 gas turbine to power a new 250 MW combined cycle power plant for Jeju Island, Korea. This GE power island solution will include two 6F.03 turbines, steam turbines, HRSGs, four generators, controls and maintenance parts. CAPABILITY VERSATILITY SUSTAINABILITY Most efficient pair of F-class products capable of operating on traditional E-class fuels Plant design enables project commencement to completion in 20 months Leading DLN emissions: 15 ppm NOx and 9 ppm CO without water or steam injection system DID YOU KNOW? The 6F.01 has both cold-end and hot-end drive configurations to meet new plant or repower requirements. SC Plant 1x CC Plant 2x CC Plant 6F.01 6F.03 SC Net Output (MW) SC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 8,880 9,420 SC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 9,369 9,939 SC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 38.4% 36.2% CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 5,916 6,093 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,242 6,428 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 57.7% 56.0% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 49.0% 60.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 5,865 6,039 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,188 6,372 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 58.2% 56.5% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 24.0% 29.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) ) Ramp rates are Fast Ramp via AGC 2.) Start times are based on rapid response technologies in hot start conditions with purge credit recognized. Simultaneous start sequence of gas turbine may apply depending on exact project configurations. NOTE: All ratings are net plant, based on ISO conditions and natural gas fuel. Actual performance will vary with project specific conditions and fuel MW SIMPLE CYCLE OUTPUT >58% COMBINED CYCLE EFFICIENCY 48 49

26 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I POWER PLANTS LM6000 POWER PLANTS (50/60 Hz) Engineered to cost effectively cycle multiple times per day, our LM6000 aeroderivative gas turbine is fast and flexible, meeting dispatch profiles with proven reliability. With more than 1,200 units shipped and 33 million combined operating hours, the LM6000 family has more operating experience than any other aeroderivative gas turbine greater than 40 MW. It leads the field with greater than 99.8 percent reliability and 98.4 percent availability. CAPABILITY VERSATILITY SUSTAINABILITY Achieves emissions standards while ramping at 50 MW/ minute starting as low as 25% of full load Meets various dispatch profiles with 5-minute start and can reach max power in less than 10 minutes Unique low emissions technology and fuel flexibility (ethane, propane, LPG) with standard combustor CUSTOMER HIGHLIGHT The LM6000 turbines have the capacity to produce power using natural gas or jet fuel. TANESCO decided to use this type of turbine that use[s] two types of energies to produce power to ensure there is an alternative source even at times when there is no gas from Mtwara. Felchesmi Mramba, Managing Director, TANESCO DID YOU KNOW? The LM6000 is a compact and efficient solution that delivers proven flexibility from order to power in as fast as four months. SC Plant 1x CC Plant 2x CC Plant LM6000 SAC LM6000 DLE SC Net Output (MW) 45/ /55 1 SC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 8,651 8,346 SC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 9,127 8,805 SC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 39.4% 40.9% CC Net Output (MW) 59/ /74 1 CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,573 6,105 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,935 6,441 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 51.9% 55.9% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 19.0% 37.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,555 6,085 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,916 6,420 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 52.1% 56.1% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 19.0% 18.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) ) MW output with SPRINT. NOTE: All ratings are net plant, based on ISO conditions and natural gas fuel. Actual performance will vary with project specific conditions and fuel MW SIMPLE CYCLE OUTPUT >41% SIMPLE CYCLE EFFICIENCY 50 51

27 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I POWER PLANTS 6B POWER PLANTS (50/60 Hz) Rugged reliability is the best way to describe plants utilizing GE s 6B.03 gas turbine. Capable of black starts on volatile grid environments, the 6B.03 remains a preferred solution for remote installations and extreme operating conditions. It can ramp to 20 MW in less than five seconds and accommodates non-standard fuels in cogeneration and industrial power generation operations. CAPABILITY VERSATILITY SUSTAINABILITY High quantity of steam with pressure up to 110 bar for industrial steam without supplementary firing Operates on broad range of fuels: process/low-calorie gases; 95% hydrogen; heavy fuel oil (HFO) up to 200 ppm vanadium Latest combustion system introduces ultra low NOx technology, allowing operation on a blend of gases CUSTOMER HIGHLIGHT After 20 years of reliable service with a GE 6B gas turbine, Compañía Española de Petróleos (Cepsa) needed to enhance operations and reduce the San Roque (Spain) refinery s environmental impact. Cepsa selected two GE 6B.03 gas turbines with enhanced performance and DLN combustion systems to improve efficiency and reduce emissions. DID YOU KNOW? A pre-assembled gas turbine package means easier transport and faster site installation as quick as six months from order to operation. SC Plant 1x CC Plant 2x CC Plant 6B.03 SC Net Output (MW) 44 SC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 10,180 SC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 10,741 SC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 33.5% CC Net Output (MW) 68 CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,619 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,984 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 51.5% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 59.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) 1 20 Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) 2 30 CC Net Output (MW) 137 CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,557 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,918 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 52.0% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 28.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) 1 40 Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) ) Ramp rates are Fast Ramp via AGC 2.) Start times are based on rapid response technologies in hot start conditions with purge credit recognized. Simultaneous start sequence of gas turbine may apply depending on exact project configurations. NOTE: All ratings are net plant, based on ISO conditions and natural gas fuel. Actual performance will vary with project specific conditions and fuel. 44 MW SIMPLE CYCLE OUTPUT >52% COMBINED CYCLE EFFICIENCY 52 53

28 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I POWER PLANTS LM2500 POWER PLANTS (50/60 Hz) Building on its 40+ year reputation as the most reliable industrial gas turbine in its class, GE s LM2500 delivers power across a variety of applications including combined cycle, onshore and offshore power generation, mechanical drive, and cogeneration. The LM2500 is the top-selling gas turbine globally, with more than 2,200 units sold and more than 79 million operating hours. CAPABILITY VERSATILITY SUSTAINABILITY Robust design with reliability greater than 99% and availability greater than 98% Accommodates a wide variety of fuels, including naphtha, propane, coke oven gas, ethanol, and LNG Multiple technology options available to lower NOx and other emissions concerns CUSTOMER HIGHLIGHT Bio-PAPPEL s San Juan del Rio paper mill will employ an LM2500+ aeroderivative gas turbine at its new natural gas cogeneration plant in Querétaro, Mexico. The plant, which is expected to begin commercial operation in early 2017, will generate electricity and heat for the factory and help Bio-PAPPEL meet current production goals. DID YOU KNOW? Our latest LM2500 package provides a complete generator set with a 50% reduced install time and a 10-15% lower total installed cost. SC Plant 1x CC Plant 2x CC Plant LM2500 LM2500+ LM2500+G4 SC Net Output (MW) SC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 9,501 8,988 8,897 SC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 10,024 9,482 9,387 SC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 35.9% 38.0% 38.4% CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,456 6,299 6,239 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,811 6,645 6,583 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 52.9% 54.2% 54.7% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 34.0% 35.0% 35.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,431 6,277 6,218 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,785 6,622 6,560 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 53.1% 54.4% 54.9% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 17.0% 17.0% 18.0% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) NOTE: See Appendix for 50 Hz performance without gearbox. All ratings are net plant, based on ISO conditions and natural gas fuel. Actual performance will vary with project specific conditions and fuel. 34 MW SIMPLE CYCLE OUTPUT >38% SIMPLE CYCLE EFFICIENCY 54 55

29 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I POWER PLANTS TM2500 POWER PLANTS (50/60 Hz) The TM2500 is ideal for providing a baseload bridge to permanent power installations or for generating backup power in the wake of natural disasters, plant shutdowns, or grid instability. Our complete solutions including trailer-mounted gas turbine generator set and containerized balance of plant can put power on the grid within 30 days of the contract signature; this fast power provides up to two times the power density (MW/ft 2 ) of other gas turbine trailer-mounted offerings. CAPABILITY VERSATILITY SUSTAINABILITY 5-minute start from cold metal to full power output All units are natural gas/liquid fuel capable across a wide range of fuels, including propane and naphtha 10X lower emissions than reciprocating technology; exceeds World Bank requirements CUSTOMER HIGHLIGHT In the Republic of Indonesia, 20 fast power TM2500 gas turbines are providing 500 MW of power, helping to meet the nation s need to efficiently provide reliable power to 225 million residents spread across 18,000 islands. Four additional TM2500 units in Gorontalo, North Sulawesi will provide 100 MW of power generation capacity, the equivalent power needed to supply approximately 800,000 Indonesian homes. SC Plant 1x CC Plant 2x CC Plant TM2500 (50 Hz) TM2500 (60 Hz) SC Net Output (MW) SC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 9,794 9,330 SC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 10,333 9,844 SC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 35.0% 37.0% CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,851 6,703 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 7,229 7,072 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 49.8% 50.9% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 34.7% 35.8% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,827 6,681 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 7,203 7,049 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 50.0% 51.1% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 34.6% 35.7% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) NOTE: All ratings are net plant, based on ISO conditions and natural gas fuel. Actual performance will vary with project specific conditions and fuel. DID YOU KNOW? Plants are highly scalable and adding just 5 MW of additional power means up to $5 million in value for power producers. HOT DAY PERFORMANCE 31 MW AT 30 C 56 57

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31 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I TOPPING CYCLE OVERVIEW AND SCOPE Consisting of the gas turbine and supporting accessory systems, the topping cycle is the most significant and technologically challenging step in the conversion of fuel to electrical power. The topping cycle contributes to more than two thirds of a power plant s total output and defines combined cycle efficiency entitlement based on operating temperature capability. GE maintains a plant-level view while focusing on the key considerations for topping cycle development: performance, emissions, reliability, and cost. Each of our topping cycle configurations strike a balance between pressure ratio, firing temperature, and air flow to help you achieve optimum plant performance at world-class emissions levels. Most importantly, we recognize that these factors vary greatly from customer to customer, so we engage our customers early on in the development process to gain an intimate understanding of their wants and needs. This ensures a topping cycle that provides value, no matter what the application. CONTROLS 60 61

32 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I TOPPING CYCLE GAS TURBINE PORTFOLIO At the heart of a combined cycle plant is the gas turbine, the machine that has the power to make a good solution great. GE s heavy duty and aeroderivative gas turbines are versatile and reliable, with individual output from 22 MW to 519 MW. They are proven performers in a range of applications, capable of achieving world-class efficiency with next-generation capabilities. 50 HZ PORTFOLIO BY RATING 9HA.02 9HA.01 9F MW 446 MW 544 MW 9F MW HIGH EFFICIENCY H-CLASS Most cost-effective conversion of fuel to electricity in the industry. Includes the world s largest high efficiency turbine. Holds the world record for powering the most efficient combined cycle power plant at up to 62.22% efficiency. 9F.04 9F.03 GT13E2 9E.04 9E.03 LMS MW 132 MW 112 MW 203 MW 287 MW 265 MW 6F MW INDUSTRY-LEADING F-CLASS Introduced F-class technology 30 years ago. LM6000 6F.01 6B MW 54 MW 44 MW World s largest fleet, with more than 1,100 installed units and 64 million operating hours. LM2500 TM MW 34 MW Highest reliability in its class, providing customers more days of operation per year. 60 HZ PORTFOLIO BY RATING RELIABLE E-CLASS 7HA MW Rugged and dependable, even in harsh climates. 7HA MW Industry-leading fuel flexibility, burning more than 50 gases and liquids. Quick installation capability for fast-track projects. 7F.06 7F.05 7F MW 241 MW 198 MW More than 3,000 installed units with 143 million combined operating hours. LMS MW 7E MW COMPACT AND PROVEN AERODERIVATIVES Flexible & reliable power generation packages with aviation-derived engines. More than 100 million operating hours acquired over the last 45 years. Up to 44% simple cycle efficiency and 56% combined cycle efficiency with fast startup, high ramp rates and outstanding cycling capability. 6F.03 LM6000 6F.01 6B.03 TM2500 LM MW 59 MW 54 MW 44 MW 37 MW 34 MW H-CLASS F-CLASS B- and E-CLASS AERODERIVATIVE 62 63

33 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I TOPPING CYCLE H-CLASS MILESTONES Long before our 9HA.01 helped break the world record for the most efficient combined cycle gas power plant, GE was pioneering gas turbine technology through advancements in materials, aerodynamics, and advanced manufacturing. GE is carving an impressive path as the power industry progresses into a new digital era where integrated software and analytics drive greater performance and efficiency GE introduces 7HA/9HA H-class turbines; GE s H-class turbines achieve >220,000 operating hours January HA.01 validation testing complete June HA.01 ships to EDF in Bouchain, France October HA.01 first fire on Test Stand 7 December 2015 First fire at EDF in Bouchain April HA.02 Exelon full speed, no load testing complete June 2016 Commercial operation at EDF in Bouchain; world record for most efficient combined cycle power plant September 2016 GE & Tepco announce plans for first digital power plant, powered by 7HA gas turbines December HA.02 validation testing target completion March HA.02 growth capability testing target completion March HA.01 growth testing complete January HA.01 validation testing complete July HA.02 validation testing begins 64 65

34 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I TOPPING CYCLE MOBILE FAST POWER CUSTOMER SUCCESS STORY EGYPT DID YOU KNOW? GE s TM2500 aeroderivative mobile gas turbine can ramp up to full power in less than 10 minutes. Egypt s demand for electricity is growing, which is why the government teamed with GE on a project to deliver more than 2.6 GW of electricity enough to power the equivalent of 2.5 million homes. 1.2 GW of that power, supplied by 20 TM2500 gas turbines and 14 LM6000 gas turbines, was delivered and commissioned just six months after the contract signing. By working quickly to get the gas turbines up and running before the 2015 summer peak, GE predicted that Egypt avoided $24.7 million in economic losses per day, or $4.1 billion over the course of the demanding summer season. Business doesn t always go as planned and sometimes you need a little help FAST. When natural disaster strikes or unanticipated demand exceeds domestic capacity, GE can rally the troops to provide mobile power generation anytime and anywhere. EMERGENCY/MOBILE POWER Our TM2500 trailer-mounted aeroderivative gas turbine generator sets can be swiftly transported by land, air, or sea, and can be commissioned in less than 11 days to provide up to 35 MW of reliable power. The mobility of the TM2500 allows customers the flexibility to reposition power at the point of use to respond to emergency situations, overhauls, and outages. QUICK SHIPMENT/CONSTRUCTION As the largest provider of gas turbine power generation systems, we always have components in various stages of the manufacturing process. This, combined with our modular packaging and power island offerings, enables fast delivery and shortened commissioning times. BRIDGING POWER You can t hurry love or power generation. Developing, building, and commissioning a custom solution can take years, but in the meantime, your short-term power needs can be met with our mobile, ready-to-deploy TM2500 units. MOBILE FAST POWER 66 67

35 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I TOPPING CYCLE FUEL FLEXIBILITY For more than 50 years, GE has developed close collaborative relationships with owners, operators, and fuel suppliers with the goal of understanding new fuel trends, expanding capabilities for existing fuels, qualifying new fuels, and actively investing in new fuel system technologies. This fuel flexibility legacy has spurred GE s industry leadership as we reliably convert the full spectrum of fuels to mechanical, electrical, and thermal energy. This legacy is built upon a platform with three key elements: expertise, equipment, and experience. EXPERTISE We are committed to providing efficient and reliable power from a wide variety of fuels. GE Power draws on leading fuels and combustion experts from across the company, including our Aviation and Oil & Gas businesses and our Global Research Centers. Our experts actively enhance our combustion & fuels technologies to further expand the available range of fuel sources for gas turbine operation and to lower emissions. We can test nearly any fuel at our world-class facilities in Greenville, South Carolina and Niskayuna, New York (United States), and other locations around the globe. Over the last decade, GE s experts have performed more than 25,000 hours of combustion testing to validate our EQUIPMENT technology and to develop new technologies and expanded fuel capabilities. As a result, our gas turbines can efficiently use liquid and gaseous fuels to produce electricity. EQUIPMENT GE offers combustion technologies, hardware, and controls to help you use a broad range of fuels. We continually evolve our proven gas turbine combustion technology, a process that started more than 30 years ago, leading to the development of the first DLN combustion system. Since then, our range of diffusion and premixed combustion systems has accrued over 290 million fired hours. Today, modern systems continue to evolve to meet new fuel challenges, providing new capabilities. The technology required to operate on a variety of fuels includes not only the combustor, but the accessory and control systems needed to support reliable operation. EXPERIENCE EXPERTISE With more than 9,000 GE gas turbines installed around the world operating on more than 50 different fuels and fuel blends, we know the challenges operators face volatile fuel prices, variability in fuel sources, increasingly strict environmental regulations, and the need for more power generation flexibility. Our broad industry experience allows us to reliably convert the full spectrum of fuels to mechanical, electrical, and thermal energy, giving us the ability to deliver solutions that meet your specific fuel needs. Adding to this capability are the digital tools available for these gas turbines, including the OpFlex* Autotune system, which increases the operational Wobbe range for the gas turbine; this system has been installed on more than 300 gas turbines has accumulated over 1.5 million operating hours. DID YOU KNOW? The more than 150 GE gas turbines that operate on crude oil and heavy fuel oil have accumulated more than 3 million fired hours. EXPERIENCE FUEL CAPABILITY GE s vast experience operating on natural gas and alternative fuels sets us apart from other original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). Our gas turbines are versatile and they operate on a variety of fuels, including gases with a wide range of heating values, like steel mill gases, syngas, lean methane fuels, natural gas, higher order hydrocarbons (such as ethane and propane from shale gas), and high hydrogen fuels. The combustion systems for these gas turbines are also capable of operating on a wide range of liquid fuels, including diesel, other light distillates (i.e. naphtha), and a range of ash bearing fuels (i.e. crude oils and heavy fuel oil). GASES LIQUIDS AERODERIVATIVE HEAVY DUTY FUELS LM/TM2500 LM6000 LMS100 6B.03 7E.03 9E GT13E2 6F.01 6F.03 7F 9F 7HA 9HA High C2+ (Ethane, etc.) Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Flare Gas and Associated Gas Natural Gas Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Coal Bed Methane (CBM) H2 Blends Lean Methane (Weak NG) High H2 Syngas (O2 Blown) Blast Furnace Gas (BFG) Coke Oven Gas (COG) Sour Gas Refinery/Process Off Gas Landfill/Digester Gas Distillate Oil (#2) Marine Gas Oil (MGO) Naphtha Condensate (NGL) Biodiesel (GE DO#2 Spec) Alcohols (i.e. Ethanol, Methanol) Kerosene/Jet Fuel Butane Gasoline Dimethyl Ether (DME) Super/Extra Light Crude Oil (ASL, AXL) Light Crude Oil Medium Crude Oil Heavy Crude Oil Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO) Shaded areas indicate turbine s ability to accommodate fuel 68 69

36 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I TOPPING CYCLE FUEL CONDITIONING In addition to combustion system technology, GE delivers quality system hardware and components for cleaning and conditioning fuel prior to combustion in the gas turbine. The following table highlights the processes that may be required as a pre-treatment to the turbine or combustor or a post-treatment, primarily in the HRSG to provide environmental safeguards. Natural Gas (NG) Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Removal Filtration PRE-COMBUSTION Wash (Pretreat) Additive Inhibitor Blend Heating COMBUSTION Startup Fuel Required Dilute Smart Controls POST- COMBUSTION Wash (Turbine) Wash (HRSG) Removal (NOx) PRE-COMBUSTION Removal Filtration Wash Additive Inhibitor Some fuels contain high concentrations of compounds that are corrosive or toxic. The removal of these compounds can be accomplished with chemicals. Filtration is often required to address gases or liquid fuels that might contain sediment, other solid contaminants, or excess moisture. This treatment removes constituents that otherwise might damage fuel system components or impact gas turbine operability. Washing is a treatment used to remove water-soluble contaminants (for example, alkali metals such as sodium and potassium) from a fuel prior to use to avoid potential hot gas path corrosion. This can be accomplished using water injection and a series of centrifuges. Additives are used to modify physical or chemical properties of a fuel, or to prevent damage created by an inherent deficiency in a fuel. Examples include additives for lubricity or liquid fuel stabilization. Many ash bearing fuels, such as crude oil, HFO, and residual fuel oil, contain vanadium, which creates highly corrosive compounds that can damage coatings and components in a gas turbine s hot gas path. Inhibitors are added to the liquid fuel upstream of the gas turbine to mitigate the risk of hot corrosion. GASES Lean Methane H 2 Blends High H 2 Blend Gas turbines are capable of operating on a variety of fuels, including blends of gases or liquids. Blending can be applicable when there is an insufficient supply of an opportunity fuel or to limit operational risks stemming from use of certain fuels. Ethane Syngas Heat Gas fuel heating may be required to accommodate changes in gas quality or to improve gas turbine performance. Liquid fuel heating may be required to reduce viscosity and allow it to flow through the liquid fuel system. Steel Mill Gases Sour Gas Startup Some fuels are too lean (not enough energy/volume) to be capable of starting a gas turbine, or could create a safety risk if they do not ignite. In these cases, a startup fuel is used. Once operating, the turbine can transfer to the primary fuel. LIQUIDS Distillate Biodiesel Condensate Naphtha Alcohol Kerosene Dimethyl Ether (DME) Super Light Crude Oil (ASL) Extra Light Crude Oil (AXL) Light Crude Oil Medium Crude Oil Heavy Crude Oil Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO) COMBUSTION POST-COMBUSTION Dilute Controls Wash (Turbine) Wash (HRSG) Removal To mitigate combustion-related risks, including those associated with increased fuel reactivity or higher NOx emissions levels, diluents (typically water or steam) are injected in the combustor through dedicated passages in the fuel nozzle. Advanced controls are needed to ensure optimal operation of the gas turbine while operating on a variety of alternative or opportunity fuels. Such controls enhance fuel capabilities and address variations in the Modified Wobbe Index. Ash buildup in a gas turbine may impact performance. Higher levels of ash can occur naturally in some fuels; in other cases the ash formed is a result of the reaction with a vanadium inhibitor. A turbine wash can be used to remove the materials that collect on the hot gas path s components. Sulfates are created when sulfur and ammonia react in a selective catalytic reduction system. These materials can reduce HRSG performance by blocking flow paths and reducing heat transfer, requiring an HRSG (post) wash with cleaning agents. To conform to NOx and CO environmental regulations, post-combustion removal of such substances from the HRSG may be required. Shaded areas indicate required processes for pre-combustion, combustion, and post-combustion 70 71

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38 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I BOTTOMING CYCLE OVERVIEW AND SCOPE The bottoming cycle consists of an heat recovery steam generator (HRSG), steam turbine generator, and heat rejection system, and is responsible for converting gas turbine exhaust energy to electrical power and heat energy (in CHP applications). The bottoming cycle represents about 33 percent of a plant s total output. Maximizing the benefits of a bottoming cycle means fully exploiting site-specific thermal conditions. For GE, that means working with customers to fully understand a multitude of operating conditions so we can provide the highest value solution in terms of performance and cost. An HRSG creates steam from the hot gas turbine exhaust. Use of multiple steam pressures, high temperature superheaters or reheaters, auxiliary firing, exhaust gas bypass systems, and emissions reduction systems are all part of a custom solution. The steam turbine allows the steam to expand to rotate a shaft and convert the thermal energy into mechanical energy. The turbine s steam path pressure modules (high pressure, intermediate pressure, low pressure), rotor stages, and blade size is customized depending on exhaust back pressure, thermal and ambient conditions, and steam extraction and admission requirements. As a plant integrator and OEM of both HRSGs and steam turbines, GE draws on over 100 years of cumulative power generation experience, significant technical expertise, and an exceptionally large and flexible product portfolio to deliver custom bottoming cycle solutions that preserve value and boost return on investment. Heavily influencing the selection of bottoming cycle components is a power plant s heat rejection system. Power plants produce a large amount of process waste heat, which must be rejected in one of three ways: it can be discharged to a lake or river, it can be sent to cooling towers, or it can be rejected via air-cooling channels. The method selected will allow GE s engineers to determine the most appropriate steam generator and HRSG for your system. CONTROLS 74 75

39 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I BOTTOMING CYCLE HRSG PORTFOLIO HRSG technology is critical to combined cycle efficiency. At GE, each HRSG solution is custom engineered to meet our customers operating flexibility and performance requirements. We have more than 1,250 HRSGs installed worldwide and recently acquired Doosan Engineering & Construction s HRSG business, a previous HRSG supplier of choice for GE and a licensee of Alstom. GE s HRSGs This expanded portfolio of products and services brings the engineering and manufacturing of all major combined cycle power plant components in-house. For our customers, this means seamless integration with other major components and, when combined with our Digital Power Plant solutions, ensures the best construction and operational experience. Our whole system approach provides high power output and efficiency as well as improved plant operability (startup/shutdown times, turndown, and lifetime). We are also continually working with our gas turbine and steam turbine specialists, utility boiler experts, and teams from GE Global Research to optimize our whole system offerings through advancements in materials, aerodynamics, and manufacturing. GE offers two HRSG designs conventional and Optimized for Cycling and Constructability (OCC*). The OCC design includes a stepped arrangement from the manifold, to a link, to a header, and finally to the finned tubes, which reduces thermal stress by as much as 60 percent compared to the conventional design. Finned Tubes Horizontal Drum Horizontal drum HRSG units are the most popular type of steam generator. The flow of gas in these HRSGs is horizontal while the water is heated in vertically arranged evaporator tubes with natural circulation. With decades of OEM experience, cutting-edge research and development, and extensive field service experience, we are a global leader in the horizontal HRSG segment. Vertical Drum With vertical gas flowing across horizontal evaporator tubes, this drum-type HRSG is ideal when site space is at a premium. It is particularly well suited for heavy fuel oil applications, as it allows for online cleaning. Horizontal Once-Through This HRSG employs the same basic arrangement as the horizontal HRSG, but eliminates the high-pressure drum. This increases thermal flexibility, efficiency, and daily cycling capabilities. Stress Level GE s Conventional Design Header GE s OCC Design Numerous integrated scope options are available, such as supplementary firing, SCR and CO catalysts for stack emissions reduction, and exhaust gas bypass systems for simple cycle gas operation in a combined cycle installation. A choice of modular construction options lets you choose the delivery method that best fits your specific project site infrastructure, transportation, and labor cost restrictions. Harp Bundle For sites with: Transportation restrictions Large crane scarcity Low site labor costs Modules For sites with: Fewer transportation restrictions Large crane availability C-Frame For sites with: Unrestricted transportation Large crane availability Link Manifold Fully Assembled For sites with: Unrestricted crane and transportation availability High site labor costs THE GE ADVANTAGE CAPABILITY A whole system approach ensures integrated engineering with other system components. Units can be configured and optimized for any type of gas turbine and steam cycle. Predictive analytics around lifetime and failure modes overcomes more severe operating conditions. VERSATILITY The OCC design provides reliable high-cycling duty due to innovative single-row harp configuration; produces three times less stress than the industry standard conventional multi-row harps. Capable of fast starts, high ramp rates, and high turndown. RELIABILITY Increased quality assurance through in-house manufacturing of pressure parts, drums, and fabricated steel. Access to a worldwide dedicated service organization

40 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I BOTTOMING CYCLE STEAM TURBINE PORTFOLIO When the Alstom and GE portfolios merged in 2015 we created the industry s most competitive and advanced steam turbine portfolio. Alstom s steam turbines business originated in 1901 when Brown-Boveri Company (BBC) built continental Europe s first steam turbine in Frankfurt, Germany, operating with an output of 250 kw. Within a year, BBC had delivered 16 more steam turbines with a combined output of 15 MW. GE s first commercial steam turbine was shipped in 1903, making 5,000 kw for use in Newport, Rhode Island (United States). Within the next 10 years an estimated 1,000 steam turbines were sold by GE to companies in the United States. THE GE ADVANTAGE Fast forward a few generations and countless technical advances, and today, GE s steam turbines are pushing upwards of 44 percent shaft efficiency while accommodating outputs of 15 MW to 700 MW. GE s products account for more than 41 percent of the world s installed steam turbine base, and in the last 100+ years, have produced more than 1.2 TW of power production capability. Our steam turbine portfolio has the breadth and depth to meet any project-specific need, integrating seamlessly with our gas turbines, HRSGs, and balance of plant to ensure operational success, satisfaction, and profitability for our customers. COMBINED CYCLE STEAM TURBINES PRODUCT 600 Series REHEAT Up to 2,680 psi/185 bar Up to 1,112 F/600 C 200 Series NON-REHEAT Up to 2,030 psi/140 bar Up to 1,050 F/565 C 100 Series GEARED Up to 2,030 psi / 140 bar Up to 1,050 F / 565 C STF-D650 STF-D600 STF-A650 STF-D200 STF-A200 STF-A MW MW MW MW MW MW Output (MW) STF-A100 and STF-A200 are families of products in cooperation with GE Oil & Gas and its licensees, models include GRT, MT, GET and SC/SAC families. Proven validation methods ensure our steam turbine products meet our customers needs. For example, our sub-scale low pressure validation rigs in St. Petersburgh, Russia, and Schenectady, New York (United States) use full steam conditions to test low pressure blading designs, validating mechanical robustness and aerodynamic efficiency. Another test rig integral to improving performance is the high pressure and intermediate pressure blading test rig in Rugby, United Kingdom, which is used to validate advancements in airfoil design. CAPABILITY A wide range of customizable features ensures maximum value for our customers: Meet any project-specific cold-end condition with a densely staggered family of last stage blades. Up to 50 inch (1270 mm) for 60 Hz and up to 60 inch (1524 mm) for 50 Hz. Industry-leading performance with high-reaction 3D blades and nozzles that are optimized for high pressure (HP), intermediate pressure (IP), and low pressure (LP) steam conditions. Improved leakage control, reduced radial clearances, and reduced degradation ensuring long-term performance with cost-effective advanced sealing. VERSATILITY GE s steam turbines are designed for operational flexibility, ensuring the highest levels of availability and reliability, even when demand fluctuates: Welded rotors in the HP, IP, and LP sections enable longer component life to allow for faster and more frequent load cycling. The unique and proven HP inner casing shrink ring design reduces distortion and allows critical clearances to be maintained to ensure sustained performance. Axial, side, or down exhaust options facilitate integration into any plant configuration. SUSTAINABILITY Our leading efficiency means lower emissions, cleaner air, and better economics for our customers: Bottoming cycle contributes one third of the total combined cycle electrical output with no additional fuel consumption. Industry-leading efficiency with our CHP applications, available in reheat or non-reheat with condensing or backpressure exhaust, and optional HP, IP and/or LP steam extractions

41 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I BOTTOMING CYCLE HEAT REJECTION SYSTEMS The method in which a power plant rejects process waste heat drives critical engineering decisions and significantly impacts overall plant efficiency. The process is driven by a condenser, which is a heat exchanger that operates at sub-atmospheric pressures (vacuum) to condense steam turbine exhaust into feedwater for the HRSG. Condensers are either water- or air-cooled. Water-cooled condensers are divided into two categories: those directly cooled by sea, river, or lake water, and those cooled with water in mechanical or natural draft cooling towers. GE s condenser offerings support the full range of steam turbine power output from 30 MW up to 600 MW. The type of condenser selected is determined by individual site characteristics. CONDENSER SELECTION Applications Advantages Disadvantages ONCE-THROUGH COOLING TOWER AIR-COOLED Coastal or waterside locations without access restrictions Highest plant efficiency possible Lowest condenser pressure possible Smallest footprint Lowest cost Stringent siting requirements (direct access to a body of water) Highest regulatory burdens Locations where sufficient make-up water is available Enhanced plant site locations (not limited to waterside areas) Better performance than air-cooled units Lower cost than air-cooled Significant make-up water requirements Large footprint Locations where water access is prohibited or uneconomical Fewer water-related complications (use of air eliminates issues related to water corrosion, filtration, treatment, and more) Fewest siting and regulatory restrictions Least efficient Impacted by ambient conditions (size and effectiveness) Largest footprint Highest cost KEY BENEFITS IMPRESSIVE PERFORMANCE, HIGH RELIABILITY: GE s tube bundle has a 50-year track record of outstanding performance and unrivaled reliability in both original installations and retrofits. HIGHLY EFFICIENT: The standardized tube bundles are scaled to meet the needs of any power plant, regardless of size. Each bundle contains between 1,600 to 7,000 tubes. REDUCED COSTS: Floor-mounted axial or lateral condensers simplify construction of the turbine foundation and shorten civil work and erection durations. They are delivered as fully tubed modules to minimize on site welding. ROBUST: Our condensers are built to handle turbine and steam generator overloads and variations in cooling water temperature. They are also resistant to impingement erosion and tube vibration. KEY FEATURES Highest heat transfer coefficients No condensate subcooling Extremely low oxygen content in the condensate Compact design Optimum space utilization Low-cost manufacture Meets highest quality standards from initial design and manufacture to final commissioning GE s CONDENSER DESIGNS SURFACE CONDENSER WITH CYLINDRICAL SHELL SURFACE CONDENSER WITH RECTANGULAR SHELL Application Condensing steam turbines or steam dumping Condensing steam turbines or steam dumping Power Range Up to approximately 100 MWe steam turbine output From 50 MWe up to the largest steam turbine outputs WATER-COOLED CONDENSERS Our portfolio of condenser offerings includes our highly performing surface condensers. As an experienced manufacturer of both steam turbines and condensers, GE designs surface condensers to strike the optimum balance between these key components. In addition to rejecting heat and deaerating the condensate, GE s surface condenser features several important safety functions. In bypass mode, for example, when boiler live steam is fed directly into the condenser, it is exposed to very high loads and must be designed accordingly. Arrangement Down/underslung to turbine, side/lateral axial exhaust Down/underslung to turbine, side/lateral axial exhaust Surface Area 1,000 m 2 (10,000 ft 2 ) up to 6,000 m 2 (60,000 ft 2 ) 3,000 m 2 (32,000 ft 2 ) up to 35,000 m 2 (380,000 ft 2 ) with single shell Tube Length Typical 5 to 14 m (16-46 ft) Maximum 18 m (60 ft) 80 81

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43 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I ELECTRICAL CONVERSION OVERVIEW AND SCOPE The final step in the power plant schematic is electrical conversion supplying power to the grid, which is facilitated by an industrial generator and the electrical balance of plant (EBoP). GE has an installed base of 12,000+ turbine generators, and more than a century of experience delivering innovative, high voltage solutions in generation, transmission, and distribution networks. Our portfolio of generator and EBoP offerings is configured to serve your needs, no matter how specific or unique. When selecting a generator for your project, our engineers will consider a range of variables, including desired output, and gas and steam turbine selection. Connecting systems to one another as well as the plant to the electrical grid requires an intimate understanding of the power generation process. For EBoP, GE offers a versatile and robust suite of solutions for today s increasingly complex power plants. CONTROLS DID YOU KNOW? Our generators operate at an availability rate that s.38% above the industry average, equating to more than $1.6 million net present value for a 2x1 multi-shaft power plant

44 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I ELECTRICAL CONVERSION GENERATOR PORTFOLIO GE s generators can be configured for multi-shaft or single-shaft operation, with project-specific variables like gas and steam turbine, desired output, regional fuel costs, and local environmental conditions ultimately driving product selection. GE s generator product line is divided into three categories based on cooling method: GEN-A air-cooled generators are ideal for systems that demand simple, flexible operation. GEN-H hydrogen-cooled generators feature low gas density, high specific heat, and high thermal conductivity, making them ideal for high efficiency applications. GEN-W water-cooled generators operate efficiently and reliably within a small footprint when high output requirements exceed the cooling capabilities of air-cooled or conventional hydrogen-cooled generators. AIR-COOLED HYDROGEN-COOLED WATER-COOLED Alternate cooling configurations are available upon customer request. 60 Hz 45 MVA 50 Hz 45 MVA 60 Hz 50 Hz 60 Hz 50 Hz MVA 280 MVA MVA 345 MVA 400 MVA MVA MVA MVA 710 MVA MVA 1, MVA GE s generators integrate easily, operate reliably, and provide more power. They are flexible and efficient, yet powerful enough to accommodate aggressive outputs. Designed for easy maintenance, their modular architecture features constant cross-section core segments for higher product ratings and 85 percent common parts and tooling for greater spare parts efficiency, interchangeability, and maintenance familiarity. Comprehensive model engineering ensures integrity of electrical and mechanical system design. Supply chain efficiencies and expanded logistics capabilities reduce manufacturing, delivery, and installation times. Preassembled equipment, a single-piece frame architecture, and fixator utilization combine to reduce on site installation by one to two weeks. A modular, pre-wired, and pre-tested eroom eliminates approximately $1 million in construction labor costs. When building or upgrading a plant, our engineers will evaluate all parameters then determine which generator is the most appropriate. While the final product can differ, the outcome is always the same a cost-effective, fully integrated, reliable solution that serves the needs of the total plant. PROVEN TECHNOLOGY POWERS RELIABLE OPERATION STATOR GE s Tetraloc* end-winding technology helps maintain mechanical integrity throughout the generator s operating life. Individual stator bar cooling water temperatures in water-cooled machines detect strand blockages that result in forced outages if not repaired. ROTOR Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analyses improve overall performance in a simplified radially cooled field winding configuration. Constant monitoring of electrical shorted turns in the insulation keeps output consistent and minimizes rotor vibration. ARMATURE INSULATION SYSTEM Micapal III* stator bar insulation technology enables higher power density with advanced voltage stress and thermal conductivity capabilities for greater armature performance. Long-term partial discharge monitoring reduces unplanned outage time by indicating insulation degradation. OTHER COMPONENTS Leads-up or leads-down arrangements complement GE steam turbines with axial or side exhausts and capture the value of reduced centerline height foundations. Configuration flexibility drives lower plant centerlines, smaller turbine buildings, and more efficient use of plant maintenance equipment, resulting in approximately $12 million in overall plant cost savings. Collector brush monitoring indicates activity indicative of an impending arc or collector flashover. Low-loss bearings, advanced-aero fan blades, and optimized cooling architecture contributes up to $1.8 million in net present value for a 2x1 multi-shaft combined cycle power plant. A rigorous validation program complements our technology development, with reliability and performance acting as key drivers. Many aspects of GE s generators are thoroughly tested and validated prior to deployment, including the insulation system, non-metallic components, fulltrain rotor torsional models, and ventilation patterns. GE also operators a no-load generator test facility that enables full-scale rapid thermal cycling and endurance testing. This capability accelerates testing to simulate extended operation, cyclic loading, and multiple machine start-stops. Every new product is subject to this testing to ensure operability and performance prior to commercial operation

45 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I ELECTRICAL CONVERSION ELECTRICAL BALANCE OF PLANT Once a power plant is built, it needs to be efficiently connected to the electrical grid. The products and services that make that happen are commonly referred to as the Electrical Balance of Plant (EBoP). GE s EBoP solutions work seamlessly across an extensive range of application and power generation types to ensure optimal performance and unprecedented reliability. ELECTRICAL BOP FOR POWER GENERATION GE s high voltage power equipment is designed and manufactured in accordance with the Grid Solutions Sourcing Quality guidelines. Our design systems and manufacturing facilities are certified under the requirements of ISO 9001:2008, ISO14001:2004, and OHSAS18001:2007. Our systems cater to all types of project requirements. We can supply equipment, engineered packages, and provide full EPC implementation. We provide an integrated system with complete monitoring and control of the power plant for thermal power generation. This includes all electrical aspects of a plant for power generation, power quality, evacuation, and switchyard control. GE s solutions are engineered using reference designs, resulting in higher efficiency, flexibility, reliability, and quicker return on investment. Systems can be tailored to meet specific needs, compliance codes, and standards. Major components include: High voltage equipment Medium and low voltage electrical equipment, including motors, drives, protection, and control systems Monitoring and diagnostic systems for starters/exciters, drive systems transformers, and motors Generator step up transformers Auxiliary transformers Power metering systems Communications systems Plant control system Power quality systems High Voltage Switchyard HV Switchyard Equipment Communications Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) Protection and control Thermal Power Evacuation Equipment ISO Phase Bus Generator circuit breaker Generator step up transformer Auxiliary transformers Transformer monitoring Protection and control equipment Electrical and Control Rooms Medium voltage/low voltage electrical distribution equipment Medium voltage feeder protection Power quality analyzers Motor control centers (MCCs) and uninterruptible power supply (UPS) Telecommunications Auxiliary Systems Medium voltage/low voltage switchgear MCCs Motors and variable speed drives Static frequency convertor (SFC) Static excitation equipment (SEE) Motor protection Communications Generator protection THE GE ADVANTAGE Fast return on investment facilitated by on time commercial operation date. High reliability enhanced by proven design, which is compliant with international standards. Complete monitoring and control of power plant electrical systems, enabling better visibility and maintenance. Seamless installation and commissioning of integrated system and optimized interfaces. Increased visibility and maintenance due to complete monitoring and control of power plant electrical system. Smooth project execution due to single coordinating design and construction entity

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47 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I PLANT CONTROLS PLANT CONTROLS Integrated Systems Driving New Potential Protecting, controlling, and monitoring your plant is critical to optimizing its performance and operability. As an OEM, GE leverages strong domain expertise to unite turbine and plant controls with integrated, real-time strategies. These adaptive methods accommodate load flexibility, combustion versatility, and startup agility to ensure reliable operation even during weather, fuel, and grid variations. The emergence of industrial digitization is pushing controls capabilities to new heights, driving outcomes that increase output and fuel efficiency while decreasing overall costs and unplanned downtime. GE has long served the power industry with plant-level controls and now we re leveraging our decades of experience to deploy new platforms that accommodate this digital paradigm. INDUSTRIAL INTERNET CONTROL SYSTEM (IICS) The IICS is a Predix-ready, modular controls platform that leverages rich data and analytics to turn insight into action. Founded on the premise that a connected controller can take more intelligent actions, IICS provides a connected and integrated approach that enables process optimization and real-time control by refining asset behavior in response to dynamic market conditions. The platform consists of outcome optimizing controllers, mix-and-match I/O modules, flexible connectivity options, and advanced analytics software and apps; the combination can be customized to meet specific application needs. Using the IICS for controlling the entire plant, instead of a separate DCS for controlling the balance of plant, enables enhanced features like plant wide ActivePoint HMI, cyber security, and smart device integration. Asset and Process Securely connect and integrate data across the plant. Analyze data on-premise or in the cloud. Use ready-made apps or develop new apps. Maximize Productivity Create data-driven insights to optimize resource usage. Reduce maintenance costs through monitoring and diagnostics. Generate New Revenue Opportunities Develop new data-driven service offerings. Create new channels to market through the emerging Industrial App Economy. Maintain competitive advantage through continuous software-based innovation. FEATURES OF GE s INTEGRATED PLANT CONTROL SYSTEM ACTIVEPOINT HMI In collaboration with nearly 100 global power plant operators, GE developed the ActivePoint HMI package to improve operator efficiency and awareness. The improved system provides simpler and more intuitive graphics and navigation while applying a more holistic strategy for the management of alarms and alerts. This means operators and plant maintenance personnel can focus on what is important. Fully Integrated Alarm Management Alarms are directly represented and actionable within both HMI screens and dedicated lists, reducing alarms by as much as 80 percent. Uses GE s three-step alarm rationalization process (design, categorization, and alarm prioritization). Common philosophies and rationalization rules applied across all plant equipment. CONTROL SERVER This scalable multi-core supervisory control platform consolidates hardware via virtualized machines, hosts thin client HMI services, Predix apps, and provides Predix cloud connectivity. Our Control Server also provides: Lower total cost of ownership and improved maintainability by utilizing commercial off-the-shelf hardware. Additional hardware consolidation through virtualization. Level 2 software host which enables updates without disrupting equipment operation). DIGITAL BUS TECHNOLOGY AND SMART DEVICES GE s Mark VIe hosts several digital data bus technologies for sensor, actuators and electrical equipment. Digital bus devices can exchange additional information with the controller and remote platforms, such as device identification, control settings, diagnostics, and prognostics. Digital bus connection methods and the additional information provided decrease total installed cost by significantly reducing the amount of effort spent on interconnecting wires, simplifying and speeding up checkout and commissioning. A typical 9HA plant with digital bus technology will realize approximately $1 million in cost savings. The technology also can provide long-term operational benefits to power plant owners and operators through improved fault detection and diagnostics. CYBER SECURITY GE provides cyber security solutions that block malicious activity and attacks. Our Mark VIe controllers are Achilles -certified and compliant with the proposed North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) Version 5 Critical Infrastructure Protection Reliability Standards. Wurldtech OpShield is an intrusion detection and prevention system that creates zones of protection within the plant and unit data highways. OpShield is available post-commissioning on a subscription basis

48 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I PLANT CONTROLS SecurityST*, an optional IT security appliance, provides a set of centralized tools and services to manage user accounts and perform tasks such as software patching and anti-virus updates. This appliance also collects and stores logging data for the control system, and provides firewall segmentation/intrusion detection capabilities. PLANT CONTROL SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE Downtime is one of the greatest detriments to productivity and profitability, so it s imperative to have a system in place that consistently provides the highest levels of system reliability and availability. Flexible and Scalable A distributed or centralized I/O can accommodate evolving systems and applications as well as various levels of redundancy. Rugged Architecture The processors, network switches, and I/O components are approved for hazardous location, Class 1, Division 2; the platform can operate in temperatures ranging from -30 C to 65 C without fans or other external cooling. Configured for Safety Primary and safety control can exist on one network while remaining independent; primary control can listen to safety inputs without interference. Safety Integrity Level (SIL) certifiable to meet compliance needs

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50 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I POWER GENERATION VALIDATION POWER GENERATION VALIDATION As a technology leader and innovator in the power generation industry, GE is constantly pushing to expand engineering capabilities and domain expertise. Advancing our offerings to deliver added value is no easy feat; it requires the brightest people, the best ideas, and an across the board allegiance to a rigorous and methodical validation philosophy. Our commitment to engineering excellence is brought to life at our development and validation facilities, which are scattered throughout the world. These laboratories and test stands serve all of our major products across their entire life cycle from materials selection and manufacturing methods to gas turbine system validation and field service optimization. It is these facilities that give GE the ability to accelerate the pace at which new technology and products are introduced. The industry is demanding and the competition is fierce. Our goal is to offer proven, validated products that give you the confidence you need to make GE your power generation solution provider. GAS TURBINES GE operates the world s largest and most powerful variable speed, variable load, off-grid gas turbine test facility in Greenville, South Carolina. Capable of replicating a real-world grid environment at full capacity, this facility tests 50 and 60 Hz gas turbines well beyond normal power plant conditions seen in the field. An advanced communication system connects the facility s control room, data center, and nerve center, and facilitates thorough data collection during each test. The Mark VIe control system operates the gas turbine throughout testing to validate and refine the control logic and advanced models. Temperature data on casing structures, the rotor, and hot gas path components provide GE with an unrivaled understanding of actual component temperatures. This is crucial in confirming the thermal strain on parts and accurately analyzing component life. Comprehensive testing prepares our turbines for nearly any condition they may experience once installed. It also provides GE with invaluable performance insight under the most demanding conditions. GREENVILLE S CAPABILITIES 8,000+ data streams captured during testing Runs both natural gas and liquid distillate fuels Capable of testing multiple gas turbine models Full-scale compressor mapping and validation 800+ test hours planned for HA gas turbines through 2017 OFF-GRID ADVANTAGES Flexible Testing Capability: No frequency, speed, or load restrictions; prompt post-test teardown inspection and product enhancement implementation. Unique Operability: Combustion mapping beyond what s possible in the field; complete compressor mapping; testing for product capability and durability during extreme grid events. Unmatched : Ability to tune part load performance and turndown; optimization of compressor variable vane position scheduling; enhanced load path with expanded knowledge of compressor/combustion boundaries. SEALS RIG RUGBY, UNITED KINGDOM This rig evaluates new gas turbine seal designs and has capabilities for accelerated endurance testing, including radial excursion and seal pack tilt tests. It also monitors flowrate, absorbed power, and wear. The facility can supply air inlet temperatures as high as 450 C and pressures of 110 psig. Following recent improvements, the rig shaftline is capable of 18,000 revolutions per minute (RPM), providing a surface speed at the seal interface of 280 ms-1. FIELD MEASUREMENTS GE performs regular field measurements at customer power plants to support both research and development activities and customer support (fault diagnosis). A wide range of vibration, temperature, and pressure measurements are offered in fields such as: Rotor dynamics (shaft line diagnostics and in-situ balancing) Last stage blade airfoil vibration characteristics (tip timing) Aerodynamic performance (dynamic pressure measurements) Full-scale engine validation COMBUSTION LAB Greenville is also home to the world s largest and most flexible combustor module test facility, 575,000 square-feet of space that includes five independent test cells that house 10 full-scale, single-can test stands. The facility includes a control room, data center, emissions measurement center, instrumentation shop, and fabrication shop. Capable of running eight different fired tests per week and up to 342 fired tests per year, the combustion lab replicates real-world fuel compositions at full-scale flow conditions to determine combustor operability and fuel flexibility envelope. It also performs component-level flow testing, as well as ping testing and accelerated life testing to provide an overall system-level architecture for operability and durability requirements. This comprehensive approach prepares GE s combustors for any condition they may experience once installed and operating in the field. GREENVILLE S CAPABILITIES Up to 1,000 data streams captured during each test Runs natural gas, propane, butane, ethane, nitrogen, hydrogen, CO, CO 2, and multiple liquid fuels Capable of testing all fleet configurations up to full-scale conditions; can develop new combustion systems as needed Full-scale combustor development before gas turbine s on site full speed, full load, off-grid validation 98 99

51 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I POWER GENERATION VALIDATION STEAM TURBINES To maximize earnings, power generation equipment must perform when required and as expected. At GE, we are constantly investing in our products and enhancing our validation capabilities to ensure our assets, components, and subsystems are on point. World-class data acquisition systems developed and maintained by SOA and GE monitor massive quantities of high-speed data, provide real-time data calculations, and offer in-test processing for engineering decision making. They also allow for real-time data streaming to dedicated data servers. LOW PRESSURE DEVELOPMENT TURBINE SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK This rig provides aeromechanics and performance testing of last stage blades and steam paths. It simulates fossil or combined cycle operation and breaks down performance by section or stage. The low pressure development turbine is equipped with advanced data systems, including non-contact blade vibration detection and unique inner stage, exhaust, and hood measurement capabilities. Testing includes advanced turbine path component technologies, including 3D aerodynamics and seal architecture. LOW PRESSURE MODEL TURBINE ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA This facility tests the advanced aeromechanics and performance of the low pressure turbine blades at a third scale. The driving turbine facilitates aeromechanics investigations at a wide range of conditions from startup and ventilation through full load operation. The dynamic pressure sensors (rotating and static) detect, recognize, and investigate dynamic events in the flow and are accompanied by strain gauges and tip timing measurement to give detailed information for flow structure interaction. tests benefit from separate measurement of the power of the last stage or last two stages via a split shaft arrangement. VARIABLE DENSITY MODEL TURBINE (VDMT) TEST FACILITY RUGBY, UNITED KINGDOM This world-class test facility provides high Reynolds Number aerodynamic testing using a variable mixture of R134a and air as the working fluid. A closed-circuit loop allows operation at elevated and sub-atmospheric pressures. Reynolds Numbers up to full scale can be achieved with the cost and lead-time benefits of scaled components. LOW PRESSURE MODEL TURBINE (SOPHIA) RUGBY, UNITED KINGDOM Utilizing the VDMT capabilities, Sophia provides a unique platform for rapid performance measurements of 1/9th scale testing of the last low pressure stage, diffuser, exhaust box, and furniture arrangement. The multi-axis instrumentation traverse system allows detailed volumetric flow field data from rotor trailing edge to condenser inlet. HIGH/MEDIUM PRESSURE MODEL TURBINE (GRACE) RUGBY, UNITED KINGDOM Also utilizing the VDMT, Grace offers a 2½ stage high pressure/intermediate pressure test vehicle on a split shaft arrangement giving high accuracy turbine and stage efficiency measurements. The high Reynolds Number allows the latest generation of reaction and impulse high pressure/intermediate pressure blades to be characterized and validated. WHEEL BOX TEST FACILITY SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK The wheel box test facility collects aeromechanical data on single- or multi-stage gas or steam turbine products. The rig simulates a variety of operating conditions by running at varying speeds in a deep vacuum and by varying excitation. Validating airfoil vibration characteristics are critical to ensuring part life and product operational capabilities. SUB-SONIC AIR TURBINE SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK Utilizing compressed air in lieu of steam, this rig provides section or stage-by-stage performance of up to two stages of steam or gas turbine airfoils. It provides key data needed to validate improvements obtained using 3D aerodynamics in the turbine airfoils by allowing for rapid DOEs critical to the development of advanced airfoil configuration tools. STATIONARY AIR CELLS TEST FACILITY SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK The stationary air cells provide flexibility to flow test a variety of components in both full- and part-scale configurations. The cells allow for varying flow, velocity, and back pressure to acquire data for use in gas and steam turbine inlets, exhausts, diffusers, seals, flow guides, and hoods. SEALS RIG RUGBY, UNITED KINGDOM This rig evaluates new steam turbine seal designs and has capabilities for accelerated endurance testing, including radial excursion and seal pack tilt tests. It also monitors flowrate, absorbed power, and wear. The facility can supply air inlet temperatures as high as 450 C and pressures of 110 psig. Following recent improvements, the rig shaftline is capable of 18,000 RPM, providing a surface speed at the seal interface of 280 ms-1. BLADE VIBRATION TESTING Steam turbine airfoil vibration testing is conducted at any GE overspeed/vacuum chamber facility worldwide and can range from first stage high pressure blading through to last stage low pressure blading, for both new (first of its kind) and in-service components. The facilities use state-of-the art testing methods such as strain gauging, telemetry, and tip-timing, using both air jets and DC + AC electromagnets for simulated excitation. FIELD MEASUREMENTS GE performs regular field measurements at customer power plants to support both research and development activities and customer support (fault diagnosis). A wide range of vibration, temperature, and pressure measurements are offered in fields such as: Rotor dynamics (shaft line diagnostics and in-situ balancing) Last stage blade airfoil vibration characteristics (tip timing) Aerodynamic performance (dynamic pressure measurements) Steam turbine valve vibration and noise surveys Full-scale engine validation HIGH PRESSURE TEST VEHICLE LYNN, MASSACHUSETTS, USA This multi-stage high rig has similar capabilities and data acquisition technologies as the low pressure development turbine. It provides best-in-class aero performance test capability of high pressure and intermediate pressure steam turbine blades and steam paths

52 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I POWER GENERATION VALIDATION GENERATORS Continued investment in product development and validation enables the progression of highly reliable and efficient technology. Since 2009, the generator development and validation facility in Schenectady, New York has been testing components, subsystems, systems, and complete generators, and has made great contributions to the overall evolution of our generator technology. NON-METALLIC MATERIALS LAB This facility enables insulation systems development and non-metallic component testing. ROTOR TORSIONAL TESTING A balance bunker performs torsional vibration tests on generator fields, producing data for each individual rotor. This data is used to validate full-train torsional models and to mitigate risk of torsional resonance. FIELD VENTILATION LAB This stationary test rig validates new ventilation schemes for generator fields for potential uprates to both new and existing units with field rewinds. DC current is passed through copper field turns while ventilation gas cools the turns. ARMATURE END-WINDING LAB Thermal and mechanical cycling of full-scale end-winding support systems allow for the evaluation of new materials, support systems, and configurations. ARMATURE DEVELOPMENT LAB This lab tests new armature bar and slot support systems at current levels up to 17,000 amps or bar forces upwards of 200 lbf per inch of stator bar length. GENERATOR THERMAL CYCLING AND ENDURANCE TEST STAND A $14 million upgrade to the existing generator test stand has added the capability for full-scale, rapid, thermal cyclic duty and endurance testing with capabilities that include open circuit, short circuit, and sudden short circuit. In addition to housing the drive train, the test facility includes control room and data centers, as well as an on site remote nerve center area, all connected by an advanced communication system that facilitates thorough data collection during each test. CONTROLS PROJECT SIMULATION Control system acceptance tests use our scalable simulation platform. Virtual simulators on a desktop or in the cloud validate quality and completeness for a smooth installation. Our passion for simulation, virtual simulator technology, and scalable testing platforms promotes quality in our complete controls solutions

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54 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I APPENDIX TECHNICAL DATA HEAVY DUTY GAS TURBINES SC Plant Gas Turbine Parameters 1x1 CC Plant 1x1 CC Power Plant Features 2x1 CC Plant 2x1 CC Power Plant Features 50/60 Hz (Geared) 50 Hz 6B.03 6F.01 6F.03 9E.03 9E.04 SC Net Output (MW) SC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 10,180 8,880 9,420 9,860 9,210 SC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 10,741 9,369 9,939 10,403 9,717 SC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 33.5% 38.4% 36.2% 34.6% 37.0% Compression Pressure Ratio (X:1) GT Generator Type (Cooling) Air Air Air Air Air Number of Combustor Cans Number of Compressor Stages Number of Turbine Stages Exhaust Temperature ( F) 1,023 1,117 1,123 1,012 1,007 Exhaust Temperature ( C) Exhaust Energy (MM Btu/hr) Exhaust Energy (MM kj/hr) GT Turndown Minimum Load (%) 50% 40% 52% 35% 35% GT Ramp Rate (MW/min) NOx (ppmvd) at Baseload O 2 ) CO (ppm) at Min. Turndown w/o Abatement Wobbe Variation (%) >+/-30% +/-10% +10%, -15% >+/-30% >+/-30% Startup Time, Conventional/Peaking (Min.) 2 12/10 12/10 29/- 30/10 30/10 CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,619 5,916 6,093 6,399 6,210 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,984 6,242 6,428 6,751 6,552 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 51.5% 57.7% 56.0% 53.3% 54.9% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 59% 49% 60% 45% 46% Ramp Rate (MW/Minute) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) Bottoming Cycle Type 2PNRH 3PNRH 3PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH HP Throttle Press. (psia/bar) 1,015/70 1,740/120 1,740/120 1,085/75 1,085/75 HP Throttle Temp. ( F/ C) 1,004/540 1,050/566 1,050/ / /530 Reheat Temp. ( F/ C) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A ST Configuration (Type) STF-A250 STF-A250 STF-A250 STF-A200 STF-A200 GT Generator Type (Cooling) Air Air Air Air Air ST Generator Type (Cooling) Air Air Air Air Air CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,557 5,865 6,039 6,353 6,169 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,918 6,188 6,372 6,703 6,509 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 52.0% 58.2% 56.5% 53.7% 55.3% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 28% 24% 29% 22% 22% Ramp Rate (MW/Minute) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) Bottoming Cycle Type 2PNRH 3PNRH 3PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH HP Throttle Press. (psia/bar) 1,015/70 1,740/120 1,740/120 1,085/75 1,085/75 HP Throttle Temp. ( F/ C) 1,004/540 1,050/566 1,050/ / /530 Reheat Temp. ( F/ C) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A ST Configuration (Type) STF-A250 STF-A250 STF-A250 STF-D200 STF-D200 GT Generator Type (Cooling) Air Air Air Air Air ST Generator Type (Cooling) Air Air Air Air Air 50 Hz GT13E GT13E F.03 9F.04 9F.05 9F.06 9HA.01 9HA ,027 8,980 9,020 8,810 8,930 8,146 7,910 7,766 9,524 9,474 9,517 9,295 9,422 8,595 8,346 8, % 38.0% 37.8% 38.7% 38.2% 41.9% 43.1% 43.9% Air Air Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen 72 (EV burners) 48 (AEV burners) ,104 1,151 1,184 1,132 1,164 1, ,055 1,155 1,458 1,524 1,700 1,700 2,009 2,372 1,113 1,219 1,538 1,608 1,794 1,794 2,120 2,503 30% 30% 35% 35% 35% 38% 30% 30% 12/25 14/36/ /-20% +/-20% +/-15% +/-15% +/-10% +/-15% +/-15% +/-15% 25/15 25/15/10 23/20 23/20 23/20 23/12 23/ 23/ ,209 6,206 5,792 5,692 5,619 5,489 5,383 5,373 6,551 6,548 6,111 6,006 5,928 5,791 5,679 5, % 55.0% 58.9% 59.9% 60.7% 62.2% 63.4% 63.5% 39% 39% 46% 45% 46% 49% 38% 38% <30 <30 <30 2PNRH 2PNRH 3PRH 3PRH 3PRH 3PRH 3PRH 3PRH 1,088/75 1,088/75 2,400/165 2,400/165 2,685/185 2,685/185 2,685/185 2,685/ / /490 1,080/582 1,085/585 1,112/600 1,085/585 1,112/600 1,112/600 N/A N/A 1,058/570 1,085/585 1,112/600 1,058/570 1,085/585 1,112/600 STF-A200 STF-A200 STF-D650 STF-D650 STF-D650 STF-D650 STF-D650 STF-D650 Air Air Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen Water Water Air Air Air Air Hydrogen Hydrogen Water Water ,067 1,320 1,613 6,186 6,178 5,779 5,676 5,603 5,476 5,373 5,314 6,527 6,518 6,097 5,989 5,911 5,777 5,669 5, % 55.2% 59.0% 60.1% 60.9% 62.3% 63.5% 63.7% 19% 19% 22% 22% 23% 23% 18% 18% <30 <30 <30 2PNRH 2PNRH 3PRH 3PRH 3PRH 3PRH 3PRH 3PRH 1,088/75 1,160/80 2,400/165 2,400/165 2,685/185 2,685/185 2,685/185 2,685/ / /490 1,085/585 1,085/585 1,112/600 1,085/585 1,112/600 1,112/600 N/A N/A 1,066/574 1,085/585 1,112/600 1,058/570 1,085/585 1,112/600 STF-D200 STF-D200 STF-D650 STF-D650 STF-D650 STF-D650 STF-D650 STF-D650 Air Air Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen Air Air Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen 1.) Ramp rates are Fast Ramp via AGC. 2.) Start times recognize purge credit. Turning gear to full speed, full load and synchronized to grid. Peaking maintenance factors may apply depending on the operating profile. 3.) Start times are based on rapid response technologies in hot start conditions with purge credit recognized. Simultaneous start sequence of gas turbine may apply depending on exact project configurations. NOTE: All ratings are net plant, based on ISO conditions and natural gas fuel. Actual performance will vary with project specific conditions and fuel. All performance figures based on Once-Through condenser with 1.2 Hga condenser pressure. 2PNRH = Two pressure, non-reheat; 3PRH = Three pressure, reheat

55 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I APPENDIX TECHNICAL DATA HEAVY DUTY GAS TURBINES (cont.) SC Plant Gas Turbine Parameters 1x1 CC Plant 1x1 CC Power Plant Features 2x1 CC Plant 2x1 CC Power Plant Features 60 Hz 7E.03 7F.04 7F.05 7F.06 SC Net Output (MW) SC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 10,060 8,840 8,570 8,179 SC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 10,614 9,327 9,042 8,629 SC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 33.9% 38.6% 39.8% 41.7% Compression Pressure Ratio (X:1) GT Generator Type (Cooling) Air Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen Number of Combustor Cans Number of Compressor Stages Number of Turbine Stages Exhaust Temperature ( F) 1,026 1,151 1,189 1,094 Exhaust Temperature ( C) Exhaust Energy (MM Btu/hr) 592 1,059 1,335 1,287 Exhaust Energy (MM kj/hr) 624 1,117 1,329 1,358 GT Turndown Minimum Load (%) 35% 49% 43% 30% GT Ramp Rate (MW/min) NOx (ppmvd) at Baseload O 2 ) CO (ppm) at Min. Turndown w/o Abatement Wobbe Variation (%) >+/-30% +/-7.5% +/-7.5% +/-7.5% Startup Time, Conventional/Peaking (Min.) 2 23/10 21/11 21/11 21/10 CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,505 5,715 5,660 5,574 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,863 6,030 5,972 5,881 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 52.5% 59.7% 60.3% 61.2% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 45% 58% 48% 36% Ramp Rate (MW/Minute) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) <30 Bottoming Cycle Type 2PNRH 3PRH 3PRH 3PRH HP Throttle Press. (psia/bar) 1,149/80 1,755/121 2,285/158 2,105/145 HP Throttle Temp. ( F/ C) 1,004/540 1,085/585 1,085/585 1,070/577 Reheat Temp. ( F/ C) N/A 1,085/585 1,085/585 1,060/571 ST Configuration (Type) STF-A200 STF-D650 STF-D650 STF-D650 GT Generator Type (Cooling) Air Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen ST Generator Type (Cooling) Air Air Air Air CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,439 5,676 5,640 5,548 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,793 5,989 5,972 5,854 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 53.0% 60.1% 60.3% 61.5% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 22% 27% 24% 17% Ramp Rate (MW/Minute) Startup Time (RR Hot, Minutes) <30 Bottoming Cycle Type 2PNRH 3PRH 3PRH 3PRH HP Throttle Press. (psia/bar) 1,149/80 2,400/165 2,400/165 2,400/165 HP Throttle Temp. ( F/ C) 1,004/540 1,085/585 1,085/585 1,070/577 Reheat Temp. ( F/ C) N/A 1,085/585 1,085/585 1,060/571 ST Configuration (Type) STF-A200 STF-D650 STF-D650 STF-D650 GT Generator Type (Cooling) Air Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen ST Generator Type (Cooling) Air Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen 7HA.01 7HA ,150 8,020 8,599 8, % 42.5% Hydrogen Hydrogen ,161 1, ,368 1,721 1,443 1,816 25% 30% /-10% +/-10% 21/10 21/ ,497 5,408 5,799 5, % 63.1% 33% 38% <30 <30 3PRH 3PRH 2,610/180 2,685/185 1,085/585 1,112/600 1,085/585 1,085/585 STF-D650 STF-D650 Hydrogen Hydrogen Air Hydrogen 877 1,122 5,466 5,398 5,767 5, % 63.2% 15% 18% <30 <30 3PRH 3PRH 2,610/180 2,685/185 1,085/585 1,112/600 1,085/585 1,085/585 STF-D650 STF-D650 Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen Hydrogen 1.) Ramp rates are Fast Ramp via AGC. 2.) Start times recognize purge credit. Turning gear to full speed, full load and synchronized to grid. Peaking maintenance factors may apply depending on the operating profile. 3.) Start times are based on rapid response technologies in hot start conditions with purge credit recognized. Simultaneous start sequence of gas turbine may apply depending on exact project configurations. NOTE: All ratings are net plant, based on ISO conditions and natural gas fuel. Actual performance will vary with project specific conditions and fuel. All performance figures based on Once-Through condenser with 1.2 Hga condenser pressure. 2PNRH = Two pressure, non-reheat; 3PRH = Three pressure, reheat

56 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I APPENDIX TECHNICAL DATA AERODERIVATIVE GAS TURBINES Gas Turbine Rating Gas Turbine Parameters SC Plant 1x1 CC Plant 1x1 CC Power Plant Features 2x1 CC Plant 2x1 CC Power Plant Features TM2500 LM2500 LM2500 DLE Frequency ISO Base Rating (MW) Gross Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 9,665 9,171 10,053 9,729 9,626 9,317 Gross Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 10,197 9,676 10,606 10,265 10,156 9,830 Gross Efficiency (%, LHV) 35.3% 37.2% 33.9% 35.1% 35.4% 36.6% Exhaust Temperature ( F) ,017 1,002 Exhaust Temperature ( C) Exhaust Energy (MM Btu/hr) Exhaust Energy (MM kj/hr) Compression Pressure Ratio (X:1) GT Generator Type (Cooling) Air Air Air Air Air Air Number of Compressor Stages Number of Turbine Stages GT Turndown Minimum Load (%) 50% 50% 50% 50% 50% 50% GT Ramp Rate (MW/min) NOx (ppmvd) at Baseload O 2 ) CO (ppm) O 2 ) 1 15/275 15/ / 2 250/ 2 25/25 25/25 Wobbe Variation (%) +/-20% +/-20% +/-20% +/-20% +/-25% +/-25% Startup Time (Hot, Minutes) SC Net Output (MW) SC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 9,794 9,330 10,265 9,920 9,835 9,501 SC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 10,333 9,844 10,830 10,466 10,376 10,024 SC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 34.8% 36.6% 33.2% 34.4% 34.7% 35.9% CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,851 6,703 6,943 6,844 6,533 6,456 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 7,229 7,072 7,325 7,221 6,892 6,811 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 49.8% 50.9% 49.1% 49.9% 52.2% 52.9% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 35% 36% 34% 34% 33% 34% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (Hot, Minutes) Bottoming Cycle Type 2PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH Condenser Type Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through Condenser Pressure (in.hga) HP Throttle Press. (psia/bar) 900/ / / / / /62.1 HP Throttle Temp. ( F/ C) 930/ / / / / /520 ST Configuration (Type) GT Generator Type (Cooling) Air Air Air Air Air Air ST Generator Type (Cooling) Air Air Air Air Air Air CC Net Output (MW) CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,827 6,681 6,916 6,819 6,507 6,431 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 7,203 7,049 7,297 7,195 6,865 6,785 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 50.0% 51.1% 49.3% 50.0% 52.4% 53.1% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 35% 35% 17% 17% 17% 17% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (Hot, Minutes) Bottoming Cycle Type 2PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH Condensor Type Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through Condenser Pressure (in.hga) HP Throttle Press. (psia/bar) 900/ / / / / /62.1 HP Throttle Temp. ( F/ C) 930/ / / / / /520 ST Configuration (Type) GT Generator Type (Cooling) Air Air Air Air Air Air ST Generator Type (Cooling) Air Air Air Air Air Air LM2500+ LM2500+ DLE LM2500+ G4 LM2500+ G4 DLE ,624 9,252 9,169 8,785 9,676 9,171 9,166 8,709 10,154 9,761 9,674 9,269 10,209 9,676 9,671 9, % 36.9% 37.2% 38.8% 35.3% 37.2% 37.2% 39.2% , , Air Air Air Air Air Air Air Air % 50% 50% 50% 50% 50% 50% 50% / /250 25/25 25/25 250/ /275 25/25 25/25 +/-20% +/-20% +/-25% +/-25% +/-20% +/-20% +/-25% +/-25% ,826 9,453 9,338 8,988 9,870 9,348 9,352 8,897 10,367 9,973 9,852 9,482 10,413 9,862 9,867 9, % 36.1% 36.5% 38.0% 34.6% 36.5% 36.5% 38.4% ,931 6,809 6,384 6,299 6,884 6,729 6,343 6,239 7,312 7,184 6,736 6,645 7,263 7,099 6,693 6, % 50.1% 53.4% 54.2% 49.6% 50.7% 53.8% 54.7% 35% 36% 34% 35% 35% 36% 34% 35% PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /517 Air Air Air Air Air Air Air Air Air Air Air Air Air Air Air Air ,907 6,787 6,361 6,277 6,860 6,707 6,320 6,218 7,287 7,161 6,711 6,622 7,238 7,076 6,668 6, % 50.3% 53.6% 54.4% 49.7% 50.9% 54.0% 54.9% 18% 18% 17% 17% 17% 18% 17% 18% PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /517 Air Air Air Air Air Air Air Air Air Air Air Air Air Air Air Air 1.) At baseload/minimum turndown without abatement 2.) Consult GE for project-specific data NOTE: Gas turbine ratings are at the generator terminals; 15 C (59 F), 60% relative humidity; unity power factor, natural gas, inlet, and exhaust losses excluded. Plant ratings are on a net plant basis; 15 C (59 F), 60% relative humidity; 0.8 power factor, natural gas, inlet, and exhaust losses included. Actual performance will vary with project-specific conditions and fuel. 2PNRH = Two pressure, non-reheat

57 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I APPENDIX TECHNICAL DATA AERODERIVATIVE GAS TURBINES (cont.) Gas Turbine Rating Gas Turbine Parameters SC Plant 1x1 CC Plant 1x1 CC Power Plant Features 2x1 CC Plant 2x1 CC Power Plant Features LM6000 (52) LM6000 (59) LM6000 DLE (50) Frequency 50/60 50/60 50/60 ISO Base Rating (MW) 46/ / /50 2 Gross Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 8,458 8,524 8,097 Gross Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 8,924 8,993 8,543 Gross Efficiency (%, LHV) 40.3% 40.0% 42.1% Exhaust Temperature ( F) Exhaust Temperature ( C) Exhaust Energy (MM Btu/hr) Exhaust Energy (MM kj/hr) Compression Pressure Ratio (X:1) GT Generator Type (Cooling) Air Air Air Number of Compressor Stages Number of Turbine Stages GT Turndown Minimum Load (%) 25% 25% 50% GT Ramp Rate (MW/min) NOx (ppmvd) at Baseload O 2 ) CO (ppm) O 2 ) 1 89/150 94/150 25/70 Wobbe Variation (%) +/-20% +/-20% +/-25% Startup Time (Hot, Minutes) SC Net Output (MW) 45/ / /49 2 SC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 8,651 8,692 8,281 SC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 9,127 9,170 8,737 SC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 39.4% 39.3% 41.2% CC Net Output (MW) 59/ / /64 2 CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,573 6,535 6,179 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,935 6,895 6,520 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 51.9% 52.2% 55.2% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 19% 19% 37% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (Hot, Minutes) Bottoming Cycle Type 2PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH Condenser Type Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through Condenser Pressure (in.hga) HP Throttle Press. (psia/bar) 900/ / /62.1 HP Throttle Temp. ( F/ C) 788/ / /442 ST Configuration (Type) GT Generator Type (Cooling) Air Air Air ST Generator Type (Cooling) Air Air Air CC Net Output (MW) 118/ / /129 2 CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 6,555 6,516 6,161 CC Net Heat Rate (kj/kwh, LHV) 6,916 6,874 6,500 CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 52.1% 52.4% 55.4% Plant Turndown Minimum Load (%) 19% 19% 19% Ramp Rate (MW/min) Startup Time (Hot, Minutes) Bottoming Cycle Type 2PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH Condensor Type Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through Condenser Pressure (in.hga) HP Throttle Press. (psia/bar) 900/ / /62.1 HP Throttle Temp. ( F/ C) 788/ / /442 ST Configuration (Type) GT Generator Type (Cooling) Air Air Air ST Generator Type (Cooling) Air Air Air LM6000 DLE (57) LMS100 50/ / ,175 7,869 7,743 8,625 8,302 8, % 43.4% 44.1% Air Air Air % 15% 15% /25 95/250 95/250 +/-25% +/-20% +/-20% / ,346 8,007 7,887 8,805 8,448 8, % 42.6% 43.3% 70/ ,105 6,633 6,606 6,441 6,998 6, % 51.4% 51.7% 37% 13% 13% PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through / / / / / /397 Air Air Air Air Air Air 140/ ,085 6,614 6,587 6,420 6,978 6, % 51.6% 51.8% 18% 6% 6% PNRH 2PNRH 2PNRH Once-Through Once-Through Once-Through / / / / / /397 Air Air Air Air Air Air 1.) At baseload/minimum turndown without abatement 2.) Output with SPRINT NOTE: Gas turbine ratings are at the generator terminals; 15 C (59 F), 60% relative humidity; unity power factor, natural gas, inlet, and exhaust losses excluded. Plant ratings are on a net plant basis; 15 C (59 F), 60% relative humidity; 0.8 power factor, natural gas, inlet, and exhaust losses included. Actual performance will vary with project-specific conditions and fuel. 2PNRH = Two pressure, non-reheat. 3.) Sprint flow at 37 gpm

58 GAS POWER SYSTEMS CATALOG I APPENDIX TECHNICAL DATA COMBINED CYCLE STEAM TURBINES General Gas Turbine to Steam Turbine Combined Cycle Configuration Utility Portfolio STF-D650 Low P ex (~1.5 in Hg/0.05 bar) STF-A650 HIGH P ex (~3.0 in Hg/0.1 bar) 1x9F.05 1x7HA.02 1x9HA.01 1x9HA.02 1x7F.05 2x9F.05 1x7HA.01 2x7HA.02 2x9HA.05 STF-D600 or STF-D650 3x7HA.02 2x9HA.05 2x7F.05 2x7HA STEAM TURBINE OUTPUT (MW) TECHNICAL DATA GENERATORS MW Gas Turbine LM/TM 6B LMS/E&F-Class F-Class H-Class H-Class SS Steam Turbine O&G/IST A200 A450 D200 A650 D650 Coal & Nuclear Model MVA Frequency Model MVA Frequency Model MVA Frequency A /60 H W82 676/714 50/60 A /60 H53 351/408 50/60 W84 764/806 50/60 A /60 H65 415/438 50/60 W A26 108/115 50/60 H W88 1, A30 57/63 50/60 H W A H82 500/590 50/60 W92 1, A H84 585/690 50/60 W94 1, A W96 1, A W98 1, A42 147/161 50/60 W100 1, A /60 W102 2, A A A70 236/235 50/60 A A Hz portfolio steam turbine output range extended for common use of duct firing Alternate configurations are available upon customer request. General Gas Turbine to Steam Turbine Combined Cycle Configuration Intermediate Portfolio STF-A100 STF-A200/STF-A650 STF-D200/STF-D650 Low Pex (~1.5 in Hg/0.05 bar) STF-A200/STF-A650 HIGH Pex (~3.0 in Hg/0.1 bar) 1xLM6000 1x6B 1x6F.01 2xLM6000 2x6B 1x6F.03 2x6F.01 1x7E 1x9E 3x6F.01 2x6F.03 1xGT13E2 2x7E 2x9E 3x6F.03 3x7E 2xGT13E2 4x7E STEAM TURBINE OUTPUT (MW) Geared Gas Turbine 50 Hz Portfolio 60 Hz Portfolio

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