GE Turbines for Southern California
Responding to California’s growing peak energy demands, GE Energy announced it will provide nine LM6000 aeroderivative gas turbines for four projects. The orders include: two LM6000PC next generation units for the City of Riverside; two LM6000PC SPRINT gas turbines for MMC Energy’s Chula Vista facility; an additional LM6000PC SPRINT for MMC Energy’s Escondido Energy Upgrade Project and four LM6000 units to the Southern California Public Power Authority for the City of Anaheim.
“GE Energy’s aeroderivative business is committed to developing and providing diversified, efficient, reliable, low-emission, power generation technologies to help our customers meet their changing power generation needs. California’s government mandated environmental regulations for electricity-producing resources and GE is providing cutting-edge aeroderivative gas turbines for four projects to help the state reach its environmental goals and meet the growing demand for peak power,” said Darryl Wilson, vice president of GE Energy’s aeroderivative business.
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