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Power up your business

Reliable gas turbines up to 567 MW

Whatever your business challenges may be, our gas turbines are precisely designed to master the dynamic energy market environment. Low lifecycle costs and an excellent return on investment right from the start are just two of the benefits that our gas turbine portfolio offers. Our gas turbines fulfill the high requirements of a wide spectrum of applications in terms of efficiency, reliability, flexibility and environmental compatibility.

 

Choose from our product range of heavy-duty, industrial and aeroderivative gas turbines, ranging up to 567 MW. Depending on your requirements, Siemens provides the right solution and scope for your market-specific needs.

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Heavy-duty gas turbines

Heavy-duty gas turbines

Siemens heavy-duty gas turbines are robust and flexible engines, designed for large simple or combined cycle power plants. They are suitable for peak, intermediate, or base load duty, as well as for cogeneration applications. Customers benefit from our extensive validation and testing capabilities. Our engines are proven in commercial operation and provide outstanding efficiency.

 

(Power generation in MW(e))

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Industrial gas turbines

Industrial gas turbines

Siemens industrial gas turbine models with their compact and rugged design make them an ideal choice for both industrial power generation and mechanical drive applications. They also perform well in decentralized power generation applications. Their high steam-raising capabilities help achieve overall plant efficiency of 80 percent or higher. They are proven with more than 2,250 units sold at small utilities, independent power producers, and in the oil and gas industry.

 

(Power generation in MW(e) / mechanical drive in MW)