To support its energy transition, EnergyAustralia and GE are successfully innovating Australia's first hydrogen and natural gas dual-fuel power plant. See their progress!
GE plans to help two New Zealand utilities upgrade their traditional Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems with GE’s Advanced Distribution Management Solutions (ADMS); ADMS provides operators with better information to support decision making on the network, especially during storm response and major incidents.
South Australia, after obtaining more than half of its electricity from renewable sources in 2019, expects to increase this to 100% by 2030.
The coordinated GE Power presence at Power ± Utilities Australia focuses on supporting customers and stakeholders in the grid to reliably interconnect technology that will advance Australia’s energy transition.
A new Perth Aeroderivative Services L2 facility and Tooling Store underscores GE’s commitment to provide local, flexible, and faster support for aeroderivative power plant operators in Australia, which provide a total of 2,373 MW, powered by GE’s aeroderivative technology.