Let’s face it: if we’re aiming for eco-friendly power solutions, gas turbines are not anyone’s first choice. They are generally powered by fossil fuels and emit considerable volumes of greenhouse gases.

However, we must accept that we are currently reliant on gas turbines in a variety of situations. This simply won’t change overnight, so it’s essential to do everything in our power to reduce their environmental impact as much as possible.

Fortunately, there are simple steps you can take to improve your gas turbine compressor’s efficiency while reducing the fossil fuel used and the gases emitted. That’s not only good news for the planet but also for your bottom line.

What makes gas turbines bad for the environment?

Whenever fossil fuels are burnt they release greenhouse gases including CO2. These gases trap heat in the Earth’s atmosphere (hence the term ‘greenhouse’), contributing to global warming and climate change. By their nature, gas turbines burn gas to generate energy, unavoidably releasing greenhouse gases.

The world’s community is becoming more and more aware of our collective contribution to global warming. It’s increasingly important to do everything we can to minimise our greenhouse gas emissions.

Read all about how to make gas turbines 'eco-friendly' on our main website: https://www.rochem-fyrewash.com/news/78-how-to-make-your-gas-turbine-eco-friendly/


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