Uniper, GE pair up on natural gas assets decarbonization

By Adnan Bajic Germany’s Uniper has teamed up with General Electric to decarbonize its gas-fired power plants and natural gas storage facilities.

Illustration only. Courtesy of Uniper

GE’s Gas Power business and Uniper will explore, assess, and develop technology options for decarbonization, Uniper said. The company added this is GE’s first fleet-wide decarbonization program signed with a major power producer.

This agreement, signed in June 2020, aims at producing a detailed decarbonization roadmap by a joint working group composed of both GE and Uniper representatives by early 2021.

This roadmap is to develop an assessment of potential upgrades and R&D programs needed to drive

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