Takasago works aims for decarbonized society through advanced technology
Takasago Works was originally set up in 1962 to serve as a turbine manufacturing plant for large capacity power plants and machinery.
Today, Takasago Works manufactures a variety of solutions, including high performance gas turbines, steam turbines, and other related products. Its J-Series gas turbine is the most heat efficient gas turbine available on the market. These and other products have contributed to the advancement of both industry and daily life around the world.
|1962||Shin Mitsubishi Heavy Industries' Kobe Shipyard & Machinery Works started operations for exclusive turbine production.|
|1963||Produced the plant's first gas turbine.|
|1964||The Works was split off from Kobe Shipyard & Machinery Works to become the Takasago Machinery Works.|
|1969||Manufactured the works' first set of nuclear turbines.|
|1984||Built a gas turbine combined cycle power plant in the Higashi Niigata Thermal Power Plant of Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc.|
|1986||Developed the 1,250°C class gas turbine (MF-111).|
|1992||Launched verification test of 1,350°C class M701F.|
|1997||Built a gas turbine combined cycle power plant for verification testing.
Began demonstrating the operation of a 1,500°C class gas turbine (M501G).
|1999||Launched full load verification test of the world's first steam cooled gas turbine (M501H).|
|2001||Mitsubishi Power Systems America, Inc. ("MPSA") was established in the United States.|
|2004||Began commercial operation of the 300MW M701F BFG firing combined cycle plant at the Kimitsu Cooperative Thermal Power Plant.|
|2005||Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Dongfang Gas Turbine (Guangzhou) Co., Ltd. was established in China.|
|2007||Achieved commercial operation of the M701DA air blown integrated coal gasification combined cycle plant at the Nakoso Thermal Power Plant.
Began commercial operation of the M701G2 gas turbine combined cycle power plant at the Kawasaki Thermal Power Plant of Tokyo Electric Power Co., Inc.
|2008||Established the Technical Skill Education Center at the Takasago Machinery Works.|
|2009||Developed a turbine inlet temperature 1,600°C class J-series gas turbine and progressed to commercialization.
Shipped its 500th gas turbine.
Built a specialized shop for nuclear turbines at the Takasago Machinery Works.
|2011||MPSA built the Savannah Machinery Works, a U.S. facility that manufactures gas turbines, turbine components, and services and repairs gas and steam turbines.
EGAT Diamond Service Co., Ltd. built a gas turbine high temperature parts repair plant in Thailand.
|2014||Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd., a joint venture company formed by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Hitachi integrating thermal power generation systems and other related businesses, established. Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems' Takasago Works was formed as a result.|
|2020||Commissioned and started commercial operations of T-Point 2 combined cycle power plant validation facility.
Launched validation of M501JAC gas turbine with turbine inlet temperature of 1,650℃. Established Mitsubishi Power, Ltd.
Mitsubishi Power's Takasago Works was formed as a result.
|Address||2-1-1, Shinhama, Arai-cho, Takasago City, Hyogo, 676-8686, Japan|
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