The Future of Gas-fired Power Generation—Adapting Gas Technology to the Renewable Generation Landscape

Breeze, Paul
July 2015
Electric Light & Power;Jul/Aug2015, Vol. 93 Issue 4, p18
Trade Publication
The article discusses the technology for natural gas-fired power generation. Topics discussed include a background on major gas turbine manufacturers in the world and the amount of electrical power generated globally from natural gas. It also mentions price as the greatest risk on gas-fired power generation, as well as its technical challenges, carbon capture and prospects.


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