Hydrogen mixing gas turbine project takes slice of $4.2m funding

The Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (APRA-E) has awarded GE Gas Power $4.2m in funding to develop ‘breakthrough’ decarbonisation technologies, including hydrogen and natural gas mixing to power advanced gas turbines.

GE revealed on Thursday (July 28) the funding is anticipated be used for two projects, one of which to explore the use of a natural gas and hydrogen blend to power its advanced gas turbines, driving forward the decarbonisation of power generation.

Entitled ‘Lifted-flame combustion for high-hydrogen reheat gas turbines’ the project aims to establish new gas turbine combined (GTCC) combustion technology and research to break the current materials-limited upper bound efficiency barrier for new gas turbines and installed base retrofits.

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