GE Vernova supplies tech to boost gas-fired and hydrogen power in Germany


GE Vernova’s Gas Power business, listed on the NYSE as GE, has secured two orders from energy company EnBW for H-Class natural gas-fired combined cycle power generation equipment including power stations to be based in Heilbronn and Altbach/Deizisau, close to Stuttgart, the capital of the German state of Baden-Württemberg.

These orders encompass both the equipment and also the construction of the plants, software solutions, and a maintenance and service package spanning a decade. 

The international consortium overseeing these projects includes engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) firms Bonatti and SENER. The primary objective of these projects is to replace existing coal-fired facilities with more efficient natural gas-powered plants, with an eye on incorporating up to 100% hydrogen in the fuel mix by the 2030s.

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