Learn more about turbines and plants using hydrogen for power
GE Gas Power’s Dr. Jeff Goldmeer takes a look at the combustion science behind transforming gas turbines into low or zero-carbon emitting systems.
Hear from GE executives formalizing our position on how to address climate change, as well as the opportunity to assume a key role in converging stakeholder action on this issue.
Once considered more of a periphery fuel, hydrogen has emerged front and center in 2020. Utility interest in H2 may soon begin showing up in long-term resource plans.
Urging a “decade of action” to help stem climate change, GE is calling on the energy sector to move more quickly toward decarbonization.
When online, Long Ridge will become the first purpose-built hydrogen-burning power plant in the United States and the first worldwide to blend hydrogen in a GE H-class gas turbine.
Under the agreement, GE Gas Power and Uniper will form a joint working group to explore, assess, and develop technology and service options for decarbonization of Uniper’s 4-GW GE gas turbine fleet.
Hear from GE’s Brian Gutknecht and Dr. Jeff Goldmeer on how hydrogen could be rebuilding the energy ecosystem.
Get an in-depth look at the role of hydrogen and how it can complement GE’s gas turbine technology.
GE’s gas turbines boast a long history of burning hydrogen blended with natural gas, which has a long list of benefits, in a wide range of concentrations.
Discover how GE and its DLN 2.6 combustion technology are providing the capability for fuel gas mixtures of natural gas and hydrogen that can lower and ultimately eliminate carbon emissions from turbomachinery.
This paper outlines the development of a new premixing fuel injector for high-hydrogen fuels that was configured to balance reliable flashback-free operation, reasonable pressure drop, and low emissions.