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Gas TurbinesDevelopment History

History of MHPS' Gas Turbines

1961 Technical partnership formed with Westinghouse Electric Corporation.
1963 A 730°C class MW-171, as the first MHPS' commercial gas turbine, comes into operation at Asahi Glass Co., Ltd. in Chiba.
1976 Development of the 1,000°C class MW-701B is finished using independent technologies.
1984 The 1,150°C class MW-701D becomes the world's first gas turbine to incorporate a pre-mixed combustor and unit comes into commercial operation as Unit 3 in the Higashi Niigata Thermal Power Station of Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc.
1986 Development of the 1,250°C class MF-111 is finished using independent technologies and its first unit comes into commercial operation.
The technical partnership with Westinghouse Electric Corporation terminated.
1987 A large capacity BFG-fired MW-701D comes into commercial operation at JFE Steel Corporation in Chiba.
1988 The first H-25 comes into commercial operation.
1991 The first H-15 (as a downscaled model of the H-25 Series) comes into commercial operation.
1992 A 1,350°C class M701F gas turbine comes into verification operation.
1997 The world's first 1,500°C class M501G comes into verification operation.
1999 An M701G comes into commercial operation in the combined cycle power plant as Unit 4 in the Higashi Niigata Thermal Power Station of Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc.
2003 An M701F for residual oil-fired IGCC comes into commercial operation at JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation at Negishi.
2004 A 300 MW BFG-fired M701F comes into commercial operation in a combined cycle power plant as Unit 5 of Kimitsu Cooperative Thermal Power Company, Inc.
2007 An air-blown IGCC system comes into verification operation. The unit becomes Unit 10 at the Nakoso Power Station of Joban Joint Power Co., Ltd. in 2013.
An M701G comes into commercial operation in a combined cycle power plant as Unit 1 at the Kawasaki Thermal Power Station of TEPCO Fuel & Power, Inc.
2010 A 1,400°C class M701F comes into commercial operation in a combined cycle power plant as Unit 4 in the Sendai Power Station of Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc.
An H-100, as the world's largest capacity two-shaft gas turbine, comes into commercial operation.
2011 The world's first 1,600°C class M501J comes into verification operation.
2013 An M501J comes into commercial operation in a combined cycle power plant in the Himeji No. 2 Power Station of the Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc.
2015 An M701F incorporating J-Series technology comes into commercial operation in Unit 3 in the Shin-Sendai Power Station of Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc.
2016 The J-Series commercial unit reaches a cumulative total operating time of 250,000 hours to prove its high reliability.
A 1,600°C class 50-Hz M701J comes into commercial operation in Unit 2 at the Kawasaki Power Station of TEPCO Fuel & Power, Inc.

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