Company Overview of Dongfang Electric Corporation
Dongfang Electric Corporation manufactures heavy-duty machinery and equipment. The company offers power generating equipment for hydro, thermal, nuclear, wind, and combine-cycle generating units, as well as desulphurization and denitrification fields, power transmission equipment, hi-voltage large power frequency converters, solar grade silicon products, industrial control devices, chemical/maritime equipment, and others. It also provides fossil fuel power products, such as gas turbines, and thermal and engine power products; nuclear power products, including electric generator sets, steam generators, pressurizers, accumulators, and BIT products; renewable energy products comprising wind tur...
18 Xixin Avenue
High-tech Zone West Park
Founded in 1984
Key Executives for Dongfang Electric Corporation
General Manager of International
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Dongfang Electric Corporation Key Developments
Banovici Signs Strategic Pact with Dongfang Electric Corporation on TPP Project
Nov 27 15
Banovici has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Dongfang Electric Corporation for the construction of a 350 MW thermal power plant (TPP), valued at some EUR 400 million ($423.8 million).
China State Construction Engineering Corporation Limited Signs Strategic Cooperation Agreement with Dong Fang Electric Corporation
Jun 23 15
On June 16, 2015, the Framework Agreement of Strategic Cooperation and agreements for 3 specific projects were signed between China State Construction Engineering Corporation Ltd. and China Dong Fang Electric Corporation. The two sides discussed about the projects to be cooperated involving hydropower station in Kenya, hydropower station in Zambia and thermal power station in Egypt.
Georgian International Electric Corporation and Dongfang Electric Corporation of China to Build $180 Million Coal-Fired Power Plant in Tkibuli
Jun 1 15
Georgian International Electric Corporation and Dongfang Electric Corporation of China plan to build a 150-megawatt coal-fired thermal power station in Tkibuli in western Georgia. The project is provisionally estimated to cost $180 million. Financing will be raised by both of the project partners. It will take 36 months to build and commission the plant.
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