Saturday, May 28, 2011

FlexEfficiency 50 Combined Cycle Power Plant by GE

GE has developed the new FlexEfficiency* 50 Combined Cycle Power Plant, a product of ecomagination, to respond to the current and evolving energy production needs of the world. Developed from GE’s proven F-class legacy, this new single-shaft platform is an innovative total plant design that defines a new standard for high efficiency and operational flexibility.

As renewable energy resources on power grids continue to grow, so does the need for a balanced mix of generation sources. GE Energy is responding with combined cycle power plant technologies that redefine the standards of operational flexibility.

The latest evolution of the FlexEfficiency 50 Combined Cycle Power Plant uses an integrated approach to reduce fuel costs, create additional revenue sources, improve dispatch capability and reduce carbon emissions compared to prior technologies.

With new gas turbine, steam turbine, and generator components—along with digital control capabilities, power island integration, and a turnkey plant design—the new 510 MW block-size plant features an expected baseload efficiency of more than 61 percent.



See also: See also: GE Ecomagination $200 million Challenge Powering the Grid: Five Innovative Winners - GE Ecomagination: The Zero Emission Electric Bus of the Future - GE WattStation and Residential WattStation: Easy-to-Use EV Chargers by Yves Behar - A Changing World by GE
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