A multitude of concerns face the power generation industry today including, emissions, energy security, resource scarcity, fuel costs, changing regulatory landscape, grid stability, and fuel diversification.
The need for fuel diversification emerges from the differing accessibility to resources and gases from region to region. This variation requires flexible platforms to meet customer needs. Gas turbine fuel flexibility enables key regional power generation.
The answer is all in the combustion—striving for little or no change in the availability, reliability, and economics associated compared to traditional natural gas–operated power plants.