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GE Wins China Hydropower Plant Contract

(CRI Online)    20:12, December 25, 2015

An engineer explains the construction of the Wudongde hydropower plant project on Dec. 8, 2015 in southwest China's Yunnan province. [Photo: Xinhua]

U.S.-based General Electric has won a contract to supply turbines to the Wudongde hydropower plant located in southwest China.

The company will provide six turbine-generator sets and related equipment, accounting for half of the project's capacity.

But financial details of the contract have not been revealed.

The Wudongde hydropower plant project was approved by the Chinese government last week.

The project would cost 100 billion yuan or some 16 billion U.S. dollars and be the third largest hydropower plant in the country among projects that are finished and being built.

Its constructor China Three Gorges said it will cut coal consumption by 12 million tons a year.

(For the latest China news, Please follow People's Daily on Twitter and Facebook)(Editor:Yuan Can,Bianji)

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