Patrick Woodson, from E.ON, shares how the company came to the decision to purchase the GE PowerUp platform for their U.S. fleet of GE wind turbines, and the results that they have seen after the first year with PowerUp.
One of the foremost fuel reliability experts in the world, Rob Schneider from Global Nuclear Fuels (GNF) lays out how he and his team met the INPO challenge for zero-leaker fuel reliability in March 2013. Schneider thoroughly explains how this milestone was achieved and the exciting path forward.
Meet Guy DeLeonardo. Guy leads the product strategy for the advanced gas turbines, steam turbines, and generators. Most recently, Guy and his team led the launch of the HA gas turbine, the world’s largest and most efficient gas turbine. Learn more about Guy and his team and how they’re helping move GE Power Generation forward.
In September 2005, Hurricane Rita left the Valero Energy Corporation’s plant under two feet of water, causing the company to experience its first shutdown in decades. That’s when GE's Aeroderivative Gas Turbine business stepped in, providing the refinery with a TM2500 gas turbine, which was partially developed for oil and gas companies to gain the benefits of temporary distributed power during planned (and unplanned) maintenance and shutdowns.
New York City may be “the City that never sleeps,” but it takes a lot of electricity to keep it wired. TransCanada’s Ravenswood Generating Station has enough capacity to energize a fifth of New York City, helping to feed the city’s growing energy needs. Recently, the power company collaborated with GE to make its plant more efficient and reliable so it could increase its output even more.
Learn more about the development of GE’s wind turbines and integrated battery storage applications from GE engineers in Tehachapi, CA. These two systems work together effortlessly to transform wind energy storage—in Tehachapi and around the world.