Emissions Control

A focus on the equipment and technologies used to mitigate the emissions of gas-fired power plants. We examine solutions for both single-cycle and combined-cycle plants and examine areas including filtration, air pollution, monitoring, predictive analytics, coatings, ignition systems, diagnostic systems, compressors, inlet cooling, detection systems, dampers, desuperheaters, fans, instrumentation, insulation, sensors, pumps, seals and heat exchangers.

Evonik boosts efficiency with Siemens combined cycle retrofit

Siemens Energy is building another combined cycle power plant for the specialty chemical company Evonik at its largest industrial location in Marl, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
utility decarbonisation

US’ second-largest utility commits to 2050 net zero target

Southern Company, the US' second-largest utility, has announced a long-term greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction goal of net-zero emissions by 2050 during its recent annual meeting.

MAN Energy Solutions expands power plant in Suriname

MAN Energy Solutions is expanding the DPP2 Bemland power plant capacity in Suriname's capital, Paramaribo, from 84 MW to 126 MW.

Japanese island opts for dual fuel engines

MAN Energy Solutions is to deploy its dual-fuel engines at a power plant on a Japanese island.
green hydrogen

Wartsila wins $1m funding for hydrogen Power-to-X project

Finnish technology group Wärtsilä has secured $1m funding from Business Finland for an ambitious hydrogen research project.

MHPS gas turbine fleet hits one million hours milestone

Forty-three J-Series gas turbines are in commercial operation, and total ordered capacity exceeds 25 GW globally.
Uniper and Siemens sign hydrogen development pact

Uniper and Siemens sign hydrogen development pact

Uniper and Siemens Gas and Power have today signed a sector coupling agreement which puts hydrogen at the heart of efforts to decarbonize power generation.

Poland’s Dolna Odra power plant to receive GE combined cycle units

GE has announced the order of two high-efficiency and lower emission power units to be constructed through consortium at the Dolna Odra Power Plant, Poland
Report finds industry’s high-emitters lack climate pace and ambition

Industry’s high-emitters ‘lack climate pace and ambition’

A new report examined the ‘carbon performance’ of 238 energy, industrial and transport companies and found only 43 have emissions trajectories in line with the Paris Agreement of limiting climate change to 2°C.

UK Budget pledges cash for CCS, green gas, fusion, EVs and...

New UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered his first Budget today and pledged investments in carbon capture, nuclear fusion and electric vehicle infrastructure.

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