These days, we're all trying to do more with less, but GE can help. Our upgrades and modernizations can help you get more from your existing assets. Discover the possibilities with our interactive upgrades selector.
Facing the energy trilemma? Our webinar discusses HA tech solutions to help with demand and decarbonization in Asia and EMEA. Register Today!
Download the latest GE Gas Power catalog to explore our latest products and services, and discover our extensive experience across a broad spectrum of applications and customers.
See how GE Gas Power is helping to build a world that works.
Listen as Dr. Jeffrey Goldmeer and Brian Gutknecht set the stage for the exciting conversations to come in this season. With topics ranging from transportation and buildings to agriculture and education, there are conversations in this next season that you don't want to miss!
Steam turbines generally have a working life of 30 years or more. During this time, improvements in technology enable designs of greater efficiency, reliability, and flexibility.
But, even with improved technology, large generation assets are difficult to replace—operation is often extended and additional reliability issues arise.
Many of the advantages of new technology can be applied by replacing major components on an existing machine. This alleviates plant changes, as well as related civil engineering work. Our upgrades can help improve the efficiency, output, reliability, and availability of your steam turbine—and we can perform these upgrades on GE steam turbines or from other OEMs.
GE offers a complete portfolio of steam turbine upgrade solutions to help enhance the flexibility of your combined-cycle power plant, from improved start times and more efficient HP/IP shells to advanced thermal stress control.
Improve performance with a steam path upgrade from GE—a cost-effective alternative to a complete section replacement that helps increase steam turbine output through the recovery of aging losses and improved technology.
Protect your steam turbine’s main stop and control valves (MSCVs) and combined reheat valves (CRVs) by coupling hardware upgrades with advanced health-monitoring analytics.