Hydrogen fuelled option for gas turbines

The German Aerospace Centre (DLR) and Regensburger Energy and Water Supply (REWAG) have grouped together to conduct research on the use of hydrogen as an energy source with Aurelia Turbines.

The companies have signed a MoU to develop the capability to burn hydrogen fuel in a high efficiency gas turbine for distributed generation applications

“We have been leading the efficiency development with the A400 turbine on natural gas. Now with this team, we can lead on offering the widest possible range of operational fuels in our gas turbine size range,” said Matti Malkamäki, Aurelia’s CEO.

The goal of the recently signed MoU is to meet the demand for cleaner and more sustainable power generation in the future.

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