Gas Turbines – Renewable Gas-Ready
Gas turbines do not need natural gas to provide flexible power and heat. The technology can convert a variety of renewable and low-carbon gases – such as biogas or hydrogen – and progressively replace natural gas when sufficient amounts become available. In combination with the existing gas infrastructure and its seasonal energy storage capabilities, gas power generation offers the flexibility that the future energy system needs when other solutions are not able to deliver.
Gas turbines do not need natural gas
to provide flexible power and heat.
Clean gases like hydrogen have different properties, for which technologies need to be adjusted. The gas turbine manufacturers intensively work on the adaption and further improvements of the technology to utilise these gases in the best and efficient manner. The ability to use them guarantees the sustainability of gas power generation in a fully decarbonised energy system.
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