GE today announced its jet engine-based aeroderivative gas turbines have been chosen to power
Aeroderivative gas turbine technology part of GE s distributed power portfolio is an innovation derived from GE s CF6 aviation engine, which powers many wide-body aircraft worldwide. GE s aeroderivative gas turbines have the capability to burn both liquid fuel and natural gas. There are more than 3,200 aeroderivative gas turbines installed globally.
The same reliability, efficiency, low-emission levels and fast-start capabilities from the CF6 are carried over into the LM6000-PC Sprint, providing a remarkably simple yet effective solution to address power needs quickly and flexibly, explained Dennis Villasper, GE s manager for power generation for
We are thrilled to be collaborating with
With an expected 10-month project completion goal,
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