These circumstances are defined by the Harvard Business Review as “Co-creation”: working on new products and service ideas together with the customers, to produce a mutually valued outcome. Co-Creation will become the inspiration to further develop new products based on a reliable experience gained from over 1,200 industrial Co-Generation plants, with a population of more than 310 installations in the Tissue and Paper Industry.
The gas-turbine, Solar Turbines core product
The most recent models have been shown to be suited also to the needs of the paper industry by enhancing the Taurus 70 family, with versions producing 7.5 to 8.2 MWe, and the Titan 130, which ranges from 15 to 16.5 MWe. That power increase goes with reduced CO2 emissions, to meet paper mills’ energy requirements and its environmental sustainability.
Power Generation solutions for Pulp and Paper production
Enhanced Fuel Capabilities
Waste fuel capability – from biogas over natural gas to high hydrogen gas, increases the flexibility of fuel choice serving the emissions reduction: over 150 gas-turbines are operating successfully on gas fuel different from natural gas.
New Package design: The Plug & Play Concept by Solar Turbines
Leveraging the experience from over 1,200 installed packages in industrial environment, the new gas-turbine packages design criteria are for example a Co-Generation focused design, operative costs reduction, higher uptime and compatibility with the Industry 4.0 concepts: the PGM Package family is based on a Plug & Play concept and available for Solar Turbines products from 3.5 MWe up to 16.5 MWe.