Learn how GE’s recently debuted LM2500XPRESS power plant technology is helping Colorado Springs Utilities reduce carbon emissions at least 80% by 2030.
GE Gas Power’s services business helped to upgrade two gas turbines at Avista’s facility in Boardman, Oregon, to address increased energy demand during the winter season and improve local grid reliability.
GE implemented its Power FlexEfficiency solution at TransCanada’s Ravenswoood Generating Station, enabling continuous monitoring and optimization of plant operations, resulting in 5% increased overall output.
In the fall of 2021, in Hannibal, Ohio, a massive new gas turbine built by GE and running on a blend of natural gas and hydrogen will power a 485 MW power plant with enough capacity to power the equivalent of 400,000 U.S. homes.
GE received an order from community-owned Colorado Springs Utilities (“Springs Utilities”) for six advanced LM2500XPRESS* aeroderivative gas turbine packages to help Springs Utilities bridge the gap and power the downtown area until a new transmission line is completed in 2025. (*Trademark of General Electric Company)