Halton Hills Power Partners (HHPP), a joint venture between Burns & McDonnell and Aker Kvaerner, served as the engineer-procure-construct (EPC) contractor for the Halton Hills Generating Station. This project is a 2x1 F-class unit with two Siemens SGT6-5000F (501F) gas turbines, two Alstom heat recovery steam generators (HRSGs), a single Alstom steam turbine, and an air-cooled condenser.
The Ontario Power Authority (OPA) awarded TransCanada a contract to own and operate a 683-MW natural-gas fired power plant in Halton Hills, Ontario. The Halton Hills Generating Station uses state-of-the-art low emissions technology and meets high environmental standards to fulfill the OPA’s request for additional clean power generation.
100 percent air cooled
Fully enclosed HRSGs and steam turbine
Single fuel: natural gas
High-efficiency with 2,400 psia, 1050 degrees Fahrenheit throttle conditions