Tag: gas

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

    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…

  • CORSAIR Launches T3 RUSH Gaming Chair

    CORSAIR Launches T3 RUSH Gaming Chair

    Corsair today announced the newest addition to its lineup of premium gaming chairs: the T3 RUSH. The Corsair T3 RUSH, like the T1 RACE and T2 ROAD WARRIOR before it, features a striking design inspired by professional motorsports. The T3 RUSH is the first gaming chair from CORSAIR to feature a soft fabric exterior, which…

  • Yamaha Motor to Test YG-M FC Prototype Fuel Cell Vehicle on Public Roads in Japan

    Yamaha Motor to Test YG-M FC Prototype Fuel Cell Vehicle on Public Roads in Japan

    Yamaha Motor announced today that testing on public roads of YG-M FC prototype fuel cell vehicle will begin on April 18. Aiming to deliver a seamless vehicle sharing service, the trial will take place on a city-center course in Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture, including scheduled routes as part of the city’s “WA-MO” new transport system.…

  • MHI Develops Worlds Highest Power Generation Efficiency 2MW Gas Engine

    MHI Develops Worlds Highest Power Generation Efficiency 2MW Gas Engine

    Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has developed a 2-megawatt (MW) 16-cylinder high-speed gas engine achieving one of the world’s highest power generation efficiency ratings in a high-speed gas engine. Through the adoption of technologies including two-stage turbocharging1 and Miller cycle2, the new engine offers power generation efficiency exceeding 44.7% (lower heating value3), one of the highest ratings…

  • LG gas stove Hidden Cook reduces carbon monoxide emissions by 90 percent

    LG gas stove Hidden Cook reduces carbon monoxide emissions by 90 percent

    LG unveiled a new-concept gas range Hidden Cook for Korean market on April 17th. LG Hidden Cook combines the strength of existing gas stoves and microwave ovens. The Hidden Cook has a gas burner hidden below the ceramic plate, thereby reducing the emissions of carbon monoxide by about 90 percent compared to existing gas stoves.