Kawasaki Heavy Industries seeks to spur demand for its hydrogen-propelled turbines in Europe by proposing modifications to existing gas-powered facilities that are cheaper than wholesale upgrades.
Kawasaki will focus on small and medium-sized turbines, seeking to capture 20% of the European market by 2030.
A medium-sized turbine has an output capacity of 30,000 kilowatts, which can cover the electricity needs of approximately 60,000 households.
Hydrogen does not produce carbon dioxide when burned. Kawasaki seeks to capture demand as Europe transitions into a carbon free future.
The company has an established customer base in Europe, including about 50% market share in Germany for small natural gas turbines. Kawasaki will first propose its turbine modification service to existing customers, highlighting the cost-effectiveness of that approach.Click here to read more
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