GE’s New Technical Solution for its Mobile Gas Turbines Further Reduces Emissions to Low Single Digits, Surpassing US and World Bank Emissions Standards

GE’s Mobile aeroderivative gas turbines can now meet the most stringent emission standards.

– Successfully installed the first system on the first four GE TM2500* aeroderivative gas turbines. California

– 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.

Atlanta, GA – – to mitigate the high demand for electricity during winter and summer by responding to emergency needs associated with natural disasters; or possible power limitations due to power supply problems; The transition to low-carbon power generation is becoming increasingly important. GE (NYSE:GE) announced today. GE’s Mobile gas-fired power technology, typically used for emergency use, can not only meet the emissions requirements of World Bank standards, but also exceed them. California The strictest emission standards.

in the State of California, GE An innovative technical solution was developed in four TM2500* aeroderivative gas turbines. Department of Water Resources (DWR) sites The city of Yuba versus Roseville. The solution reduces nitrogen oxide (NOx) and carbon monoxide (CO) emissions by more than 90% above World Bank emission standards. It was noted as the world’s first one-of-a-kind solution. GE The mobile TM2500 technology has helped reduce emissions while supporting the statewide power grid during extreme weather events, including drought or wildfires.

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GE’s Typically used for emergency power, mobile technology represents the perfect complement to renewable energy and peak power use cases worldwide.” Clive NickolayCEO’s GE Gas Power Aeroderivative business line. “We are excited. GE’s Efforts to provide power plants with a technological solution that will dramatically reduce NOx and CO emission levels to low single digits and enable them to quickly deploy peak power when needed.”

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.

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at Yuba versus Roseville, GE engineering Worked with procurement and construction companies. Kiewit Power Constructors Co. A world first to install on a solution like this GE A mobile gas power turbine to solve DWR’s emissions challenge. The emission control solution consists of 11 meter high modules and a 22 meter high stack. Each of the four TM2500s can generate up to 34 megawatts of electricity for a total of 136 megawatts, and is now equipped with a system that can reduce air pollution to 2.5 parts per million. California.

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. California Independent System Operator (CAISO) or Western Regional Electricity Authority (WAPA) Ability to quickly supply electricity in case of emergencies or intermittent power outages. Fast start capability can be used successfully when bringing units online to support a strained nationwide power grid. California A severe heat wave is on. September 6 2022.

GE’s The trailer-mounted TM2500, derived from the jet engine technology that powers the world’s airlines, is mounted on a wheeled trailer for ultimate mobility. Over 20 years of experience and over 300 units installed worldwide; GE’s The TM2500 provides a baseload bridge for permanent power installations; or due to natural disasters; factory closing; It is a proof for power instability or backup/peak generation at isolated locations.

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