GE’s Gas Power Systems AdvantEDGE* Power Island

August 16, 2016

Zurborg estimates that the digital power plant could deliver as much as $50 million in savings for existing combined-cycle gas-powered plants, which pair gas turbines with steam turbines, and up to $230 million in savings for a new plant. He says the digital power plant can be available for every kind of existing plant, even those that don’t run on GE equipment. Says Zurborg: “The world needs more power and we have a great way to get it done.”

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With more than 188 station around the world, Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) is one of the world’s leader in ground handling services and the world’s largest cargo handling company. The WFS group covers 22 countries in North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa. The WFS group has over 18 000 employees and assists more than 300 airlines.

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