Steam Turbines – Carbon-Neutral
Steam turbines use steam to produce electricity, independently from the heat source. No emissions are associated with the technology itself – these, if any, are connected to the source used to generate the heat.
Steam turbines use steam to produce electricity, independently from the heat source.
Steam turbines are a core element of thermal-based renewable power generation, such as concentrated solar power, geothermal or biomass power plants, as well as waste-to-energy power plants. In addition, combined with thermal storage, steam turbines offer cost-effective, dispatchable and carbon-neutral power – ensuring the stability of the grid and security of supply.
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