Alstom built a global technology center in Tianjin

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Alstom built a global technology center in Tianjin and put it into use this summer.

China can become the largest market of Alstom Power. Duanxiaoping believes that it has something to do with Alstom's development strategy of adjusting measures to local conditions. From the Three Gorges project, to the Daya Bay nuclear power station, to the establishment of remote monitoring and diagnosis centers for large industrial groups such as Huaneng, PetroChina and Sinopec, as well as provincial electric power test and research institutes, it is because Alstom not only makes equipment for China, but also creates advanced technology for China

100% transfer of technology set up a global technology center in Tianjin

Dennis coxie, senior vice president of Alstom Power Marketing, said that localization is what every multinational company entering China must face with simple operation and high efficiency, and it is also the core of Alstom's sustainable development strategy in China. In such an active power market as China, which is the largest in the world, they are trying to become a more localized enterprise

localization means that it has established a solid cooperative relationship with Chinese business partners: in the field of power generation, Alstom has very in-depth cooperation with Dongfang Electric, Shanghai Electric and Harbin Electric. Unlike many multinational companies, Alstom has transferred almost 100% of hydropower technology to Chinese joint ventures. Not only did Tianjin hydropower company get 100% of Alstom's hydropower technology, but also the main Chinese partners serving the Three Gorges project got 100% of Alstom's transferred technology. At the same time, Alstom also transferred the pumped storage technology to Dongfang Electric and Harbin Electric

In 2012, Alstom Power set up a global technology center in Tianjin to support the development of its hydropower business in the Chinese market. The technology center is an important part of Alstom's announced investment of 100million euros to upgrade Tianjin Alstom hydropower equipment production base in November 2010, aiming to build the base into Alstom's largest hydropower equipment production and R & D base in the world. The technical center has 600 international experts and skilled local engineers, who are engaged in hydraulic, mechanical and electrical research and development, as well as model tests of Francis and axial-flow turbines. It is planned to be put into use in the summer of 2013. It should be noted that our R & D center in China not only faces the Chinese market, and (the constant temperature medium water tank is divided into single heating type and refrigeration heating type, facing the global market.

cooperate with Daqing thermal power to build the largest carbon capture project in Asia.

as a global leader in clean power, Alstom has been involved in the field of carbon dioxide capture since the late 1980s and early 1990s. Its carbon dioxide capture technology has been applied in Europe and the United States for more than ten years, and can reduce 100000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions every year, Therefore, how to maintain business development in China without sacrificing future interests or the Chinese environment has become the top priority of Alstom Power in China

carbon capture is to extract the carbon dioxide produced in the combustion process from the exhaust gas, rather than discharge it into the atmosphere. At present, there are three main ways to capture carbon dioxide. Pre combustion capture, oxygen enriched combustion capture and post combustion capture. Alstom is currently focusing on the research and development of technical solutions for post combustion capture and oxygen enriched combustion capture, which can be used not only for new coal-fired power plants, but also for the transformation of existing coal-fired power plants. The pre combustion capture technology is only suitable for new power plants

It is a honeycomb two-dimensional crystal composed of single-layer 6-angle protocell carbon atoms

fortunately, we have begun to cooperate with China on carbon dioxide capture system. In 2011, we signed a feasibility study agreement for the CCS (carbon capture and storage) project in Daqing, Heilongjiang Province with China Datang Group. According to the agreement, Alstom will use its expertise in oxygen enriched combustion technology to complete the 350 MW CCS project research for Daqing thermal power project. At present, the project is in progress in an orderly manner. It was put into operation in 2015. Kexie is a person who likes to speak with numbers, with an annual carbon dioxide capture capacity of more than 1million tons. It will be the first large-scale CCS project in China and even Asia

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