A 220-kW combination solid oxide fuel cell/turbine engine electric generating unit — fueled by natural gas and built by Siemens Westinghouse — will be installed and running next month at a California electric utility plant. The system is said to have 60% efficiency with potential for 70%. Remarkably, it produces less than one part per million (ppm) oxides of nitrogen (NOx) emissions and can be modified so that its carbon dioxide (CO2) output is captured for injection into the ground. The ...
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