China's First Integrated Energy Station with Hydrogen Energy Utilization Operational

China's First Integrated Energy Project Combining Hydrogen Energy Utilization, the Daya Bay Petrochemical Zone Comprehensive Energy Station Project in Huizhou, which is surveyed and designed by GEDI, was fully completed and went into operation on June 27.

The project is the first hydrogen-blended H-class gas turbine power generation project in China, involving the construction of two sets of 665 MW combined-cycle units.

Upon completion, the annual power generation is expected to reach about 5 billion kWh, and the heat supply will be 11.12 million GJ. Furthermore, it will consume the combustible hydrogen-containing tail gas generated by surrounding major projects, thereby improving the comprehensive energy utilization rate. The project explores and ushers in the new model of integrated energy supply for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, and has a positive significance for accelerating the achievement of the carbon peak and carbon neutrality goals.