GE Gas Power to advance ‘breakthrough’ clean tech with $4.2m funding win


US-based GE Gas Power will develop ‘breakthrough’ decarbonisation technologies as part of a decarbonisation drive using $4.2m in funding from the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) OPEN 2021 Program.

Announced yesterday, 28th July, the funding will be used to advance two of GE’s decarbonisation projects. 

The first project, entitled ‘Lifted-flame combustion for high-hydrogen reheat gas turbines’, will explore the use of a natural gas and hydrogen mixture to power advanced gas turbines. 

With hydrogen capable of producing no carbon emissions when burned in a gas turbine, it is considered to be a fuel that offers ‘transformative value’ to gas turbine combined cycle (GTCC) combustion technology. 

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