GE Energy Provides Gas Turbines for Peaking Application
GE Energy recently provided the City of Tallahassee, Florida, U.S.A. with two LM6000-PC SPRINT dual-fuel aeroderivative gas turbines with inlet chilling, selective catalytic reduction and carbon monoxide catalysts.
The equipment will be used in a simple-cycle peaking application. The primary fuel is natural gas and liquid fuel will be used as a back-up. Both units were shipped in March and the project is planned to be in commercial operation this month. The units will meet the city's need for additional peaking power. The city’s electric utility serves over 100,000 customers including, the state capitol, Florida State University and Florida A&M University.
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