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Mitsubishi Power Commences Development of World’s First Ammonia-fired 40MW Class Gas Turbine System



Mitsubishi Power, has commenced development of a 40-megawatt (MW) class gas turbine that is fueled by 100% ammonia (NH3). The project was started in response to the increasing global focus on decarbonization. As firing of ammonia produces no carbon dioxide (CO2), carbon-free power generation is achieved. Going forward, after combustion and other testing, Mitsubishi Power is targeting commercialization in or around 2025.

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When achieved, it will mark the world’s first commercialized gas turbine to make exclusive use of ammonia as fuel in a system of this scale, and will aid in the promotion of decarbonization of small to medium-scale power stations for industrial applications, on remote islands, etc.

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