Cogeneration is the improvement of energy utilization by simultaneously producing electricity and steam.
Hanwha Energy is contributing to the enhancement of competitiveness of the companies in the Yeosu National Industrial Complex and
the Gunsan 2nd National Industrial Complex by stably supplying high quality steam and electricity at low prices.
We are actively participating in the national policy for efficient energy utilization and saving through stable supply of utilities and
the implementation of highly efficient eco-friendly systems based on the latest technologies.
The coal is supplied to the combustion furnace filled with the bed materials (sand, ashes) and the combustion
air is supplied at a high speed through the distribution plate at the bottom while the particles circulate in floating state.
|Location||Capacity||Number of Units||Characteristics|
|Yeosu||400 t/h||3 units||
This boiler generates
less nitrogen oxides and
has high combustion
|250 t/h||1 unit|
|Gunsan||250 t/h||2 units|
|435 t/h||1 unit|
We are planning to expand the Gunsan Plant to prepare for the increasing steam demand from the companies in
the Gunsan 2 National Industrial Complex.
Solar power generation converts solar energy to electricity. In the recent years,
countries around world have formulated various policies to promote this new rising sector.
As part of diversifying our energy business, we are promoting our solar power generation business on the national/domestic level and also on the overseas level.
We are also expanding our solar business scope from power generation to project development, O&M, system solution business and others.
In Japan, we operate several solar power plants with a combined capacity of 36MW including a 24 MW scale solar power plant in Oita.
We are planning to continuously expand the scale of our business.
Also in Turkey and India, we are planning to construct a 42MW and a 152MW solar power plant respectively, and commence commercial production in 2017. We are also developing several solar power projects in California, Texas, Las Vegas, etc.
In addition, we are promoting the expansion of smart energy business model based on energy system solution.
To achieve this goal, we are conducting business such as servicing central control systems for distributed renewable energy power sources,
establishment and operation of solar/wind power connected ESS, and microgrid business for areas with vulnerable power infrastructures.
We have recently transformed Chungcheongnam-do Jukdo Island into an energy self-reliant island by applying the latest related technologies.
Hanwha Energy offers customers three packages of customized O&M solutions. Our proprietary cloud-based system HEIS provides
comprehensive asset management services tailored to the needs of the business and the characteristics of the facility. We configure
special management options, including monitoring and system inspections.
Hanwha Energy Integrated Control Center monitors solar power plant operation and management around the clock worldwide.
HEIS allows users to monitor power plant operation anytime, anywhere via online and mobile devices.
We developed Hanwha Energy Integrated Systems to monitor power generation performance, operation by component, financial performance
and asset status with online and mobile access. Our intuitive HEIS user interface allows managers to check the power generation, performance
ratio and operation rate in real time while enabling efficient goal management. HEIS also can monitor equipment issues for each system to ensure
efficient power plant operation and extend the equipment lifecycle.
We construct and supply the most efficient system possible by analyzing the data of ESS applications, such as power generation and energy usage. We maximize customer value with integrated solutions, including efficient and stable product configuration and engineering, professional system-building and stable operation and management.
* Varies depending on application and installation site
We are constructing a 50MW scale hydrogen fuel cell power plant in the Daesan Industrial Complex which is scheduled to be fully
operational in 2020.
In 2017, Hanwha Energy managed to reduce a total of 964,628tCO2-eq of Greenhouse gas emission through process improvement, efficiency investment and the latest efficient and eco-friendly Combined Heat and Power Plant facilities acknowledged by EU-ETS. 964,628tCO2-eq Greenhouse gas reduction Eco-friendly Energy Company Hanwha