– Successfully installed the first system on the first four GE TM2500* aeroderivative gas turbines.
– The developed solution is now available for GE TM2500* units worldwide.
– It includes proven Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology and efficient after-combustion control systems to reduce emissions from thermal power generation.
The technical solution includes engineering studies for the integration and installation of the Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology system–a proven and effective solution to limit post-combustion emissions. The technology works by removing common emissions through a catalytic converter that converts nitrogen oxides present in the exhaust gas into water vapor and nitrogen. The new solution is that the TM2500 is reliable, affordable and significantly improve emissions performance while ensuring a low-carbon electricity grid.
A key feature of the TM2500 units is their quick start capability, providing full power within five minutes. It supports the likes of utilities and grid operators.