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Example of a large turbine used for power generation.

GTI also continues its work on distributed, on-site generation in combined heat and power applications. ​Researchers focus on technologies that help industrial and commercial facilities meet stringent emissions standards. We are working especially closely with the U.S. Department of Energy, California Energy Commission and local utilities on the development and demonstration of new solutions for the industrial and onsite power sectors.

Supercritical CO2 Pilot Power Plant infographic
Key Initiatives
  • Advancing high-power density commercial turbomachinery technology for supercritical carbon dioxide power generation cycles
  • Small footprint dry solids pump for low-cost power from gasification
  • More economical capture of greenhouse gases from coal-fired power plants with oxy-fired pressurized fluidized bed combustion
  • Monitoring and evaluating technologies related to distributed generation (DG) and combined heat and power (CHP)
  • Developing compact equipment to provide high-efficiency, industrial-scale ultra-clean power and steam
  • Exploring opportunities to expand the use of smaller-scale power systems fueled by natural gas
  • Meeting stringent emissions standards for reciprocating engines used in power generation
  • Integrating renewable resources into a hybrid distributed generation system
  • Producing heat and power via biomass gasification
  • Cleaning and conditioning biogas for use in clean power applications
  • Pre- and post-combustion carbon capture with CarboLock hollow fiber contactor (HFC) technology
  • Advancing cooling tower technology to improve power plant efficiency and reduce water use
  • Carbon capture for integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) power plants
  • Morphysorb® process for pre-combustion carbon capture at gasification-based power plants​
  • SR2 sulfur removal and recovery process for coal-derived syngas cleanup​

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