Siemens gas turbine engineers targeting field demonstrations by 2023 with 100% “green” hydrogen fuel, produced with surplus renewable energy.
Advanced gas turbines enable operators to space out stations, reduce project costs, and improve on operational flexibility, availability and efficiency.
Rolls Royce MTU gas engines deliver perfomance of diesel with high acceleration, better fuel efficiency, and lower emissions for greener marine solutions.
Demo power plant makes Korea fifth country to own independent gas turbine model. Gimpo CHP Plant will be finished in 2023.
GE Marine has received a contract from Sefine Shipyard to provide two LM2500 marine gas turbines to power the Turkish Naval Forces’ new Fleet Replenishment Ship. This new-generation ship will satisfy the fuel, water transport and supply needs of Turkey’s surface combatants in the open seas.
NET Power has successfully achieved first fire of its supercritical CO2 demonstration power plant and test facility in La Porte, Texas, USA. This included firing of the 50 MW Toshiba commercial scale combustor, which involved integrated operation of the full NET Power process. NET Power said that it is targeting global deployment of 300 MW commercial scale plants beginning in 2022. GTW gets an update on the key developments that have been made.
There are over 1200 LM2500 gas turbines in operation with navies in various parts of the world, and the GE fleet of propulsion gas turbines has proved to be a reliable power provider in these conditions. GTW talks to George Awiszus, Director of Military Marketing for GE Marine, about what is needed for gas turbine propulsion units in naval applications.