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Gas Turbine Energy Systems with Hydrogen Fuels

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8:45 AM, Wednesday 1 Jun 2022 EDT (35 minutes)

There is an important potential in Canada to develop a diverse and reliable clean energy economy, based on a diverse set of low carbon systems.  Although hydrogen will be an expensive fuel, there are several high value applications of hydrogen that will be needed over the coming decades, complementing most types of renewable energy, storage and efficient natural gas systems for industries and cities.  Part of the decarbonization effort will include innovative hybrid and flexible industrial gas turbine systems.  Many of these have already provided a variety of solutions, using a combination of fuels and high-pressure airflow, that provide reliable power and efficient thermal energy. This will be a brief overview of:

- industrial gas turbine systems used in Canadian power, cogeneration and pipeline applications, 

- research, testing and standards for H2 combustion in new gas turbine systems

- considerations for materials and coatings applications for hydrogen-based energy systems

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