GE) today announced that it has successfully completed an ALSPA steam turbine controls migration to its state-of-the-art Mark VIe* controls system with rotor stress controller upgrade at ENGIE Group’s Baymina power plant in Turkey. This first-of-its-kind Migration Pack upgrade features replacement of the controls technology while keeping the system’s core hardware infrastructure intact. This modernization is expected to increase flexibility, reliability and availability of the steam turbine and help Engie make smarter operational decisions based on controls data analytics.
GE completed an ALSPA steam turbine controls migration to its state-of-the-art Mark VIe* controls system to shorten startup times, reduce maintenance costs and improve reliability. It is GE’s first-of its-kind Migration Pack upgrade features a competitive replacement of controls technology with same infrastructure and includes GE’s latest cyber security solutions. New solution allows up to 30% reduction in outage time when compared to a full scope replacement of the existing controls system GE’s solution will help improve flexibility, availability and the lifetime of the power plant.