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IHI Awarded Two Units of Africa's First Ultra-supercritical Boilers

-October 02, 2014-

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Tokyo, October 2, 2014 -- IHI was awarded a contract to supply two units of coal-fired boilers for SAFI Independent Power Project in Morocco, a flagship project that first adopts the ultra-supercritical (USC) steam condition in Africa, to Daewoo Engineering & Construction Co., Ltd., a major EPC contractor in South Korea and EPC Contractor of this Safi Project,. IHI will supply two boilers together with technical advisory services for site installation and commissioning.  Both of the two boilers will be delivered in 2017.  This is the second project for IHI in Morocco after Jorf Lasfar Project (2 X 350MW) which was recently completed.

In Morocco, rapid economic growth and social development lead to steep increase in electricity demand. The demand, expanding 7-8% every year, is forecasted to be doubled by 2020 and it is imperative to much strengthen electricity supply to meet the demand. USC technology adopted for this project would enable the plant to achieve high efficiency through extremely high temperature and pressure, which results in reduction of fuel consumption as well as CO2 emission.  IHI was awarded this project after full evaluation of its huge track record of USC boilers both in domestic and overseas market, high product quality, ensured by sophisticated fabrication expertise and stringent quality control, and successful execution of Jorf Lasfar Project. 

IHI will continue to supply global market including Africa, where the electricity demand is sharply growing according to development of the economy and society, with its power generation equipment and system boasting of high efficiency and quality and low emission.

<Site of SAFI Independent Power Project>
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<Photo of Jorf Lasfar Project (2 X 350MW)>
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