GE Power has recently updated its portfolio to focus on high efficiency aeroderivative gas turbines. Jenbacher and Waukesha reciprocating engines and services are no longer offered within our power suite. Take a look at our aeroderivative gas turbines below or on the quick links to the left to find out how our aero solutions can best fit your needs.
AERODERIVATIVE AND HEAVY DUTY Gas Turbines
As the world’s largest manufacturer and supplier of gas turbine technology, our company offers a wide array of equipment options and models to meet your most challenging energy requirements. Discover the best solution to balance your global energy goals and your budget.
Quick Product Links
9HA.01 / 9HA.02 (50Hz)
7HA.01 / 7HA.02 (60Hz)
9F.03 / 9F.04 (50Hz)
9E.03 / 9E.04 (50Hz)
LMS100 (50/60 Hz)
LM6000 (50/60 Hz)
LM2500 (50/60 Hz)
LM9000 (50/60 Hz)
TM2500 (50/60 Hz)
POWER GENERATION THAT FITS YOUR NEED
GE builds its heavy-duty and aeroderivative gas turbines to be efficient, versatile and reliable with individual output ranging from 34 MW to 571 MW. They are proven performers in simple and combined-cycle operation for pure power generation, cogeneration, mechanical drive, and waste-to-power.
Whether you're generating power for entire cities, electrifying your own operations, or are facing an emergency electricity shortage and need power fast, we can act as a versatile gas turbine supplier, ready to quickly provide a range of solutions.
- One of the first F-class gas turbine manufacturers in the world (having introduced the technology nearly 30 years ago)
- World’s largest fleet, with more than 1,100 installed units and 64 million operating hours
- Highest reliability in its class, providing our customers more days of operation per year
Reliable B- and E-Class
- Toughness and availability - in the world's most challenging climates
- Industry-leading fuel flexibility, burning more than 50 gases and liquids
- Quick installation for fast-track projects
- More than 3,000 installed units with 143 million combined operating hours
FAST AND PROVEN AERODERIVATIVES
- Flexible and reliable power generation packages with aviation-derived engines
- More than 100 million operating hours over the last 45 years
- Up to 44% simple cycle efficiency and 56% combined cycle efficiency with fast startup, high ramp rates and outstanding cycling capability.
A PIONEER in Gas Turbine Technology
GE’s technology heritage is unparalleled in the power generation industry. Over the past 60 years, we’ve leveraged material science innovations from our aviation heritage to get increased performance at high firing temperatures. We were the first gas turbine manufacturer and supplier in the world to introduce single-crystal alloys, and we’ve devoted 15 years to developing ceramic matrix composites. As the industry leader in burning unconventional gas, GE introduced the first F-class gas turbine to use Arabian Super Light crude. Additionally, we invented the Dry Low NOx (DLN) combustion system more than 30 years ago to reduce emissions—and it’s still being used today.
These advancements translate to both more power and more efficiency, which reduces lifecycle costs and enhances profitability for our customers. We continue to let innovation drive our company's product development, using a global exchange of knowledge, ideas, and tools—which we call the GE Store—to generate technology improvements and never-before-seen breakthroughs in gas turbine technology.
Experience You Can Count On
GE’s rich power generation history includes more than 60 years of supplying gas turbine technology.
Half of the world’s installed power base is from GE, with more than 10,000 gas and steam turbine generating units, representing more than 1,000,000 MW of installed capacity in 120 countries.
The heavy-duty and aeroderivative gas turbine models GE manufactures and supplies in the United States, Europe, and throughout the world are proven performers in a range of applications, capable of achieving world-class efficiency with next-generation capabilities.
GAS TURBINE MODELS
At the heart of a combined-cycle power plant is the gas turbine, the machine that has the power to make a good solution great. Our heavy-duty and aeroderivative gas turbines are proven performers in a range of applications, capable of achieving world-class efficiency with next-generation capabilities.
As the world’s largest and most efficient heavy-duty gas turbines, GE’s H-class turbines offer the most cost effective conversion of fuel to electricity in the industry.
With the world’s largest fleet, GE’s F-class gas turbines offer the highest reliability in its class and provide our customers with more days of operation per year.
E and B CLASS
Rugged and dependable, GE’s B- and E-class gas turbines deliver even in the most extreme operating conditions.
With over 100 million total operating hours, GE’s aeroderivative gas turbines offer flexible and reliable power with engineering expertise from aviation engines.
POWER GENERATION TAILORED TO YOUR REQUIREMENTS
GE’s heavy-duty gas turbines support simple and combined-cycle operation for pure power generation, cogeneration, mechanical drive, and district heating. With these products, GE has become one of the most innovative gas turbine manufacturers in the world, creating and delivering ground-breaking solutions for customers, partners, and communities around the world.
Our modular power generation offerings can save you valuable construction and lead time as well as capital expenditures. We can deliver your temporary power units faster, install them faster, commission them faster, and can even ramp them up faster. With the ability to go from cold iron to full power in as little as five minutes, our mobile gas turbine, the TM2500, along with our other aeroderivative and heavy-duty gas turbines, can rapidly enable power generation in response to sudden demands.
Industrial power generation refers to applications where customers are seeking to reduce utility expenses by generating the needed electricity and heat for their operation locally. Equally important to remote installations is the requirement that the power source be highly reliable as a loss of power to certain processes (such as aluminum smelting) can cause enormous disruption and expense.