GE’s TM2500+ gas turbine receives ecomagination qualification

GE’s (NYSE: GE) flexible, efficient, trailer-mounted TM2500+™ aeroderivative gas turbine has received ecomagination™ qualification for its ability to help power cities and industries during environmental, economic and emergency power challenges.

When compared with the previous version, the TM2500, it provides customers with faster, more flexible distributed power generation by combining high efficiency, better fuel gas consumption and fuel flexibility, coupled with lower emissions in both the 50 and 60 Hz segments.

The TM2500+ is a workhorse in the global aeroderivative mobile fleet. With a GE Aviation CF6-6 engine at its core, the TM2500+ resides on two trailers and can provide up to 31 MW of power generation in days due to its unique roll-on, roll-off capabilities for air, ship or road transportation.

It is the portable version of the LM2500+ aeroderivative gas turbine, which has been the backbone of the global fleet since it was unveiled in 1969.

“GE’s legacy of innovation and American ingenuity is showcased in the TM2500+,” said Darryl Wilson, president and CEO—aeroderivative gas turbines for GE Power & Water. “Our engineers took the successful TM2500 and drove lean, innovative processes to make it even better to meet the needs for fast, emergency or mobile power.”

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