Eager To Become Hydrogen-Ready, Power Plants Turn To Dual-Fuel Turbines

July 30, 2021

As power producers anticipate a world with net zero emissions, they’re determined to prevent today’s infrastructure from becoming tomorrow’s stranded assets. They need to future-proof their plants now. That means relying less on natural gas and preparing for hydrogen.

Whether investing in new facilities or retrofitting existing plants, producers consider cutting-edge turbines an integral part of the solution.

When hydrogen burns, the only emission is water. Hydrogen can be produced through electrolysis powered by renewable electricity, and it can provide a steady source of power – all of which make it greener than natural gas and an ideal partner to renewables.

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