GE hopes to explore hydrogen in gas turbines further

GE’s gas turbines in Florida could soon welcome hydrogen, as the company launches its commercial operation of its GE 7HA.03 at the Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) Dania Beach Clean Energy Centre, Florida, US.

The new GE gas turbine has the capability to burn up to 50% by volume of hydrogen when blended with natural gas, the company has claimed.

Eric Gray, President and CEO of GE Gas Power, said, “To be able to deliver such an incredible package of technology, safely and on-time, is a testament to what we were able to achieve together and will unlock new levels of power generation stability, emissions performance, and reliability across the FPL system.”

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