Global Top 15 Gas Turbine Manufacturers [2023]

Published on 11th May 2023

Also known as a “combustion turbine,” a gas turbine is a type of internal combustion engine that extracts energy from a flow of combustion gas. Using “gas” as the working medium in the energy conversion process, a gas turbine converts the chemical energy of the fuel into mechanical energy or kinetic energy.


How does a gas turbine work?


Activating the gas turbine (a type of rotary heat engine) using high-pressure, high-temperature gas produces mechanical energy that is subsequently converted into electrical energy by a generator connected to the turbine.


The power output of a gas turbine is measured in megawatts (MW), with a typical turbine in a large power plant generating more than 300 MW of electricity.


Although the use of gas turbines for electricity generation goes back to 1939, current industry applications of gas turbines include but not limited to the following:


  • Commercial: Commercial real estate, convention centers, and transportation.
  • Electric Power: Data centers, district heating, and electric utilities.
  • Industrial: Buildings, healthcare, and universities.
  • Institutional: Ceramics, chemicals, food processing, pharmaceuticals, plastics, pulp and paper, and textiles.
  • Oil and Gas: Midstream and upstream.
  • Renewable: Agriculture, greenhouses, landfills, and water treatment.


Read on to learn more about the top players in the global gas turbine market.


Table of Contents

Global Top 15 Gas Turbine Manufacturers [2023]

GE Power (GE Vernova)

Siemens Energy

Mitsubishi Power (Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd.)

Ansaldo Energia S.p.A.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI)

Solar Turbines Inc. (a Caterpillar company)

Baker Hughes

Nanjing Turbine & Electric Machinery (Group) Co., Ltd.

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited

Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.

OPRA Turbines (Destinus)

MAN Energy Solutions SE

Shanghai Electric Group Company Limited

Dongfang Electric Corporation

Doosan Enerbility Co., Ltd.

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Global Top 15 Gas Turbine Manufacturers [2023]


Here are the world’s leading gas turbine manufacturers (listed by revenue):


GE Power (GE Vernova)

Founded: 2008

Location: Schenectady, New York, United States


Formerly known as “GE Energy,” GE Power is an energy technology company owned by General Electric (GE)—a 130-year-old energy pioneer and a muti-billion-dollar global brand. In 2008, GE Energy was formed as a result of a company-wide reorganization—from companies within the GE Infrastructure division.


According to a press release in 2022, GE announced that its portfolio of energy businesses, including GE Renewable Energy, GE Power, GE Digital, and GE Energy Financial Services, would come together under the brand name “GE Vernova.”


GE provides a comprehensive range of gas turbines under “GE Gas Power (part of its energy business portfolio) for diverse applications/needs—from combined heat and power (CHP) and grid firming to emergency power and fast power.


GE’s gas turbine portfolio includes:


GE Heavy-duty Gas Turbines


  • 9HA (the high-efficiency, air-cooled gas turbine is an industry leader in H-class offerings)
  • 9F (delivers consistent performance and accommodates a diverse range of fuels)
  • GT13E2 (excellent operational flexibility and robust engineering for a broad range of environment and operating conditions)
  • 9E (provides increased performance and revenue while decreasing costs)
  • 6F (provides durability and flexibility for remote, harsh, or floating power environments)
  • 6B (rugged, reliable gas turbine for remote installations and extreme operating conditions)


GE Aeroderivative Gas Turbines


  • LMS100 (a single, economical solution for a variety of dispatch needs)
  • LM6000 (a leader in the +40 MW space, with over 40 million operating hours)
  • LM2500 (excellent flexibility, operating experience, and reliability)
  • TM2500 (“one of the world’s most modular, reliable, and experienced mobile gas turbines”)


Excellent fuel flexibility and performance, as well as fast startup and installation make the General Electric company’s aeroderivative gas turbines a great choice for various applications, including cogeneration and pure power generation.


Siemens Energy AG

Founded: 2020

Location: Munich, Germany


Founded by Werner von Siemens and Johann Georg Halske, Siemens AG (parent company of Siemens Energy) is one of the world’s largest industrial manufacturing companies with operations spanning automation, digitalization, and electrification fields.


Siemens Energy AG (Siemens Energy) is a leading energy technology company specializing in the production and distribution of electricity and gas, while also offering maintenance services and technical consulting for electrical installations.


Siemens Energy offers gas turbines for a wide spectrum of applications, including:


Heavy-duty gas turbines: The highly efficient, robust, and flexible gas turbines are designed for large simple or combined cycle power plants. These turbines are proven in commercial operation and suitable for cogeneration applications, as well as peak, intermediate, or base load duty.


Heavy-duty gas turbine models


  • SGT5-9000HL (593 MW)
  • SGT5-8000H (450 MW)
  • SGT5-4000F (329-385 MW)
  • SGT5-2000E (198 MW)
  • SGT6-9000HL (440 MW)
  • SGT6-8000H (310 MW)
  • SGT6-5000F (215-260 MW)
  • SGT6-2000E (117 MW)


Industrial gas turbines: The compact and rugged design of these gas turbines makes them ideal for industrial power generation and mechanical drive applications. In addition, the turbines’ high steam-raising capabilities help achieve 80% or higher overall plant efficiency.


The industrial gas turbines are proven with 2,250+ units sold at independent power producers and small utilities, and in the O&G industry.


Industrial gas turbine models


  • SGT-800 (45-62 MW)
  • SGT-750 (40/34-41 MW)
  • SGT-700 (33-35/34-36 MW)
  • SGT-600 (24/25 MW)
  • SGT-400 (10-14/11-15 MW)
  • SGT-300 (8-9 MW)
  • SGT-100 (5/6 MW)
  • SGT-50 (2 MW)


Aeroderivative gas turbines (SGT-A35 and SGT-A05): The aeroderivative gas turbines were originally developed for aviation use. However, these compact and flexible gas turbines with high efficiency and fast start capabilities are suited for power generation in the O&G industry and also perform well in decentralized power generation applications.


Gas turbines for oil and gas applications: Siemens Energy has proven expertise and experience in O&G applications. The company’s gas turbines are known for excellent reliability for O&G production and processing, as well as pipeline, LNG, and refinery applications.


Gas turbines for industrial power generation: These gas turbines ensure high energy efficiency, a high ROI, low energy costs, and an uninterrupted supply of power and heat for power generation and cogeneration in many industries, including:


  • Buildings & Infrastructure
  • Cement/Mining & Minerals
  • Chemical/Rubber & Plastics
  • Food & Beverage/Palm oil
  • Manufacturing industries/Industrial parks
  • Metals/Ceramics & Glass
  • Pulp & Paper


Gas turbines for power production: As the trusted project partner for independent power producers, municipalities, and utilities, Siemens Energy provides gas turbines with flexible and short start-up times, high efficiency, and low power generation costs.


Mitsubishi Power (Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd.)

Founded: 2014

Location: Yokohama, Japan


In 2014, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd. (MHPS) was established as a thermal power generation systems company by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. and Hitachi, Ltd. In 2020, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd. was rebranded as “Mitsubishi Power”—a major subsidiary of the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group.


Mitsubishi Power has extensive experience in developing gas turbines built using critical leading-edge technologies and complying with rigid environmental regulations. For example, the state-of-the-art J-series gas turbines are renowned for world-class capacity and efficiency, with an inlet temperature capacity of 1,600℃.


Mitsubishi Power’s gas turbines include:


  • H-25 Series
  • H-100 Series
  • M501D Series
  • M501F Series
  • M501G Series
  • M501J Series
  • M701D Series
  • M701F Series
  • M701G Series
  • M701J Series


Mitsubishi Power’s aeroderivative gas turbines provide efficient and reliable power (30-140 MW) with minimum setup time apart from delivering operational savings to global energy providers.


The largest unit is available in single- and dual-engine configurations for maximum operating flexibility.


Mitsubishi Power’s aeroderivative gas turbines include:


  • FT4000® SWIFTPAC®


Here are the key features of the aeroderivative gas turbines:


  • Factory-assembled modules
  • Modular designs
  • Pre-fabricated field piping
  • Quick-disconnect cables

Ansaldo Energia S.p.A.

Founded: 1991

Location: Genoa, Italy


Ansaldo Energia S.p.A. (Ansaldo Energia) is a global power generation leader with capabilities founded on 170 years of industry experience. Ansaldo Energia is also stated to be “Italy’s largest supplier, installer, and service provider for power generation plants.”


Established as “Giovanni Ansaldo & Co.” in 1853, Ansaldo Energia is a full-service provider with expertise in the design, construction, commissioning, servicing and maintenance of complete plants and hi-tech equipment.


Over the years, Ansaldo has transitioned from steam-based power generation plants to gas turbines and full technological independence.


Ansaldo offers E-, F-, and H-class heavy-duty gas turbines for simple cycle (80–538 MW), combined cycle (120-760 MW), and combined heat and power applications. Easy and reliable operation, high performance, low environmental impact, and top flexibility make the turbines suitable for a wide range of operations.


Ansaldo’s gas turbine models include:


  • GT36-S5
  • GT26
  • AE94.3A
  • AE94.2
  • AE64.3A


The GT and AE turbines are ideal for ensuring grid stability and supporting renewable power generation because the turbines can run in reserve/stand-by mode with rapid ramp-up to peak mode and tolerate frequent starts and stops.


Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI)

Founded: 1884

Location: Chiyoda City, Tokyo, Japan


Founded by Yataro Iwasaki, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) is one of the world’s leading industrial groups with 10+ offices (head offices, domestic offices, and overseas offices) and 260 Group Companies (Domestic: 68 | Overseas: 192 (as of December 31, 2022).


MHI’s major products and operations include:


  • Aircraft
  • Defense & space  
  • Energy systems
  • Logistics
  • Plants & infrastructure systems
  • Thermal & drive systems


The company website lists Mitsubishi Power as the distributor of gas turbines.


Through its subsidiary “Mitsubishi Power,” the MHI Group offers a wide range of gas turbines (30 MW-560 MW) developed using the latest technologies in aerodynamics, cooling design, and materials.


The company has delivered 1,500+ gas turbines to more than 30 countries—ensuring a highly efficient, clean energy supply in various parts of the world.


MHI states that it is “the only company in Japan that can handle the entire production process from development and design to the test run and the after-sales service.”


Moreover, MHI has a combined cycle power plant and one of the world’s largest turbine testing facilities at its (Mitsubishi Power) plant premises to verify products before installing them at their destination facilities.


Solar Turbines Inc. (a Caterpillar company)

Founded: 1927

Location: San Diego, California, United States


Founded as “Prudden-San Diego Airplane Co.,” Solar Turbines Inc. (also known as “Solar”) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc.—the world’s leading construction equipment manufacturer.


As a globally leading manufacturer of industrial gas turbines, Solar provides turbines for power generation, gas transmission/compression, storage/withdrawal, off-shore platforms and more.


Solar’s gas turbine products and packages include:


Gas Compressors – Reliable and versatile natural gas centrifugal compressors that deliver best-in-class performance.


Gas Compressor Packages – Gas Turbine or EMD (Electrical Mechanical Drives) power centrifugal compressors for various natural gas applications.


Mechanical Drive Packages – These packages are ideal for driving rotating equipment supplied by other manufacturers.


Oil and Gas Generator Packages – These packages provide maximum availability, reliability, and value for the entire equipment lifecycle.


Power Generation Packages – These packages are suitable for operations in hospitals, universities, among others.


Pre-Owned Equipment – Asset redeployment specialists help select affordable solutions for specific operating requirements.


Here are the main advantages of Solar gas turbines:


  • Easy transportation
  • High power density
  • Higher availability and reliability
  • Lower emissions
  • Lower operating costs
  • Quick startup
  • Worldwide service and support


Solar also offers complete lifecycle support, including equipment optimization, gas turbine overhaul, Solar Turbines parts, field services, and technical training.


Baker Hughes Company

Founded: 1987

Location: Houston, Texas, United States


Baker Hughes Company (Baker Hughes) is among the world’s largest oilfield service businesses, with operations spanning Africa, the Americas (including North America and South America), Asia-Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East.


Baker Hughes was established as a merger between Baker International (founded by Reuben C. Baker) and Hughes Tool Company (founded by Howard Hughes).


Baker Hughes is a trusted leader in solving production challenges in every environment—from deepwater subsea fields to mature conventional fields.


Baker Hughes offers a broad range (5.7 to 130 MW) of industry-leading gas turbines for mechanical drive and power generation (50/60 Hz).


Baker Hughes gas turbines are available under the following categories:


Aeroderivative Technology (6 Gas Turbines)


  • LM6000PF+ (flexibility, high performance, and best cost per kW in its power class)
  • LM9000 (“the most efficient gas turbine in the 65+ MW power range” with high availability, maintainability, and reliability)
  • LMS100PB+ (“the most efficient simple-cycle gas turbine with the lowest CO2 in mechanical drive and power generation”)
  • PGT25+/LM2500+ (high availability, efficiency, reliability, and low emissions with two power turbine options (low speed and high speed)
  • PGT25+/LM2500+G4 (a two-shaft turbine with high availability, efficiency, reliability, and low environmental impact)
  • PGT25+/LM2500+G5 (“highest efficiency and power in the 20-40 MW class with two power turbine options (low speed and high speed)


Frame Technology (7 Gas Turbines)


  • Frame 5/1PA (a single-shaft gas turbine with excellent availability and reliability and enhanced fuel flexibility)
  • Frame 5/2C and Frame 5/2D (two-shaft (high-pressure and low-pressure turbine) gas turbines with excellent availability and reliability in mechanical drive)
  • Frame 5/2E (designed to maximize efficiency and fuel flexibility in mechanical drive and power generation)
  • Frame 6/1B, Frame 7/1EA, and Frame 9/1E (single-shaft gas turbines with high availability, energy efficiency, and reliability)


NovaLT Technology (3 Gas Turbines)


  • NovaLT16 (high availability and efficiency with low total cost in mechanical drive and power generation)
  • NovaLT12 (delivers high efficiency with lower maintenance costs)
  • NovaLT5-1 (a compact, single-shaft turbine for power generation and combined heat and power)


Besides gas turbines, Baker Hughes offers a diverse array of supporting systems and specially designed services and upgrades customized to the unique challenges of applications across the O&G value chain and other industries.


Nanjing Turbine & Electric Machinery (Group) Co., Ltd.

Founded: 1956

Location: Nanjing, Jiangsu, China


Formerly known as “Nanjing Turbine & Electrical Machinery Plant,” Nanjing Turbine & Electric Machinery (Group) Co., Ltd. was incorporated in January 1956 and restructured into a solely state-owned limited liability company in November 1995. Later, the company was further restructured into a join venture in Ningbo Port in October 2004.


Nanjing Turbine & Electric Machinery (Group) Co., Ltd.’s gas turbines include:


Gas turbine 6f.01


Built on the most experienced f-class gas turbine technology, the f-class gas turbines are ideal for small- and medium-sized cogeneration and combined cycle power generation. With a full 3-D aerodynamic design, field replaceable blades, and a Nickel alloy turbine rotor, the 6f.01 gas turbine and auxiliary machinery are easy to install, commission, repair, and maintain and last long.


The turbines also feature the DLN (Dry Low Nitrogen) combustion system to reduce NOx emissions.


Gas turbine 6f.03


The 6f.03 gas turbine is a Level 3 turbine with technical characteristics, such as:


  • 6 ring-shaped tube combustion chambers
  • Advanced materials
  • Axial flow compressor
  • Cold end drive
  • Double bearing
  • Double fuel capacity
  • Enhanced cooling


Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited

Founded: 1964

Location: New Delhi, India


Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) is an Indian public sector undertaking and one of India’s largest engineering and manufacturing companies.


BHEL uses the building block concept to ensure high availability, flexibility, and reliability. BHEL’s steam turbines meet diverse requirements of a wide range of industries—from cogeneration and power (captive power & utility) to combined cycle power plants and solar applications.


BHEL also offers a complete line of heavy-duty industrial gas turbines for all utility and industry applications, such as gas compression stations, petrochemical plants, power generation plants, and refineries.


BHEL has installed 190+ gas turbines with cumulative fired hours of over 13 million. Apart from India, BHEL machines are working in other countries, including Bangladesh, China, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Oman, Saudi Arabia, and Srilanka.


BHEL gas turbines are available in various packaged designs and suitable for the following:


  • 50 Hz and 60 Hz applications (models below 100 MW)
  • Base load, cyclic load, and peak load applications
  • Cogeneration cycle, combined cycle, and simple cycle applications
  • Indoor/outdoor installation


Here are other key features of BHEL gas turbines:


  • Capability to fire a broad range of gaseous and liquid fuels (natural gas, refinery gas, distillate, furnace oil, kerosene, etc.)
  • Horizontally split casing for easy maintenance
  • Low exhaust emission levels
  • Turbines are shop tested and tuned for shorter erection and commissioning periods


Let’s look at BHEL single-shaft, heavy-duty gas turbines:


Frame 5: A turbine designed for reliable operation, minimal maintenance, low installed cost, and ideal for open and co-generation applications.


Frame 6B: A robust turbine with a split base design for accessory module and turbine module. The Frame 6B turbine is a proven workhorse with high availability and reliability.


Frame 6FA: A turbine with an axial exhaust ideal for open and combined cycle applications (such as mid-sized combined cycle plants).


Key features


  • Compact layout
  • Fuel flexibility
  • High efficiency
  • Low emissions
  • Low lifecycle costs


Frame 9E: A high-reliability turbine with a split base design for accessory module and turbine module. These gas turbine systems are designed for low installed cost and low maintenance.


Frame 9FA and Frame 9FB (leverages H-technology flow back): These gas turbines are designed for 50 Hz applications wit high availability, efficiency, reliability, and low emissions. Both Frame 9FA and Frame 9FB are ideal for large-size combined cycle utility applications.


Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.

Founded: 1878

Location: Tokyo, Japan


Founded by Shōzō Kawasaki, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. (Kawasaki or KHI) is one of Japan’s three major heavy industrial manufacturers. Kawasaki launched the first gas turbine (KG72) for experimental use in 1972.


As a leading solution provider for the cogeneration and decentralized power market, Kawasaki provides gas turbines and gas engines designed to perform with high efficiency, reliability, and low environmental impact.


Kawasaki is also known as a pioneer in manufacturing gas turbine cogeneration systems (Kawasaki GPB Series) designed for both parallel operation with the grid and island mode operation and capable of extremely efficient operation due to high total thermal efficiency.


Kawasaki offers the following gas turbines to meet diverse needs:


M1A Gas Turbine Engine Series


Gas turbine models


  • M1A-13A
  • M1A-13D
  • M1A-17
  • M1A-17D
  • M1T-13A
  • M1T-13D


M5A Gas Turbine Engine Series


Gas turbine model


  • M5A-01


M7A Gas Turbine Engine Series


Gas turbine models


  • M7A-01
  • M7A-01D
  • M7A-02
  • M7A-02D
  • M7A-03
  • M7A-03D


L20A Gas Turbine Engine Series


Gas turbine model


  • L20A


L30A Gas Turbine Engine Series


Gas turbine model


  • L30A


Here are the key features of Kawasaki gas turbines:


100% Japanese-made gas turbines: Kawasaki develops, designs, and fabricates gas turbines as part of its integrated in-house operations.


Advanced technology for low emissions: Kawasaki low-emission combustion technologies greatly reduce NOx (nitrogen oxides) in the exhaust gas, thereby minimizing the environmental burden. Compared to the regulatory NOx emission levels established in many regions, Kawasaki systems have a lower NOx value due to the use of a DLE (Dry Low Emission) combustor.


Extensive track record in gas turbine manufacturing: Kawasaki states that it delivered “Japan’s first cogeneration system with a Japanese-made gas turbine and holds one of the most extensive track records worldwide with the delivery of 700+ systems.


Dual-fuel system: Using a dual-fuel system enables the use of gas and liquid fuels, so the system can carry out a black-out start with a liquid fuel in the event of a power outage.


Comprehensive after-sales service: Kawasaki provides a worry-free after-sales service through an extensive global service network.


State-of-the-art combustion technology: Kawasaki’s cutting-edge combustion technology can handle various fuels, such as diesel, kerosene, LPG, and natural gas.


In addition, Kawasaki provides equipment repairing, troubleshooting, and technical consulting at the request of the user. Kawasaki also supplies service parts necessary for the maintenance of delivered equipment via field service bases in regions across the world.


OPRA Turbines (Destinus)

Founded: 1991

Location: Hengelo, Netherlands


Founded by Jan Mowill and Hiroko Mowill, OPRA Turbines (OPRA) is a leading developer and manufacturer of gas turbines. In April 2023, OPRA was acquired by Destinus (a private aerospace company). As part of the transition, the OPRA company name is stated to be changed to “Destinus.”


OPRA works with an international network of O&G partners to integrate equipment into existing or new plants.


The OPRA OP16 Gas Turbine has an all-radial, robust design with key features, such as:


  • Fuel flexibility (can run on any gas or liquid fuel while ensuring low emissions)
  • High CHP (Combined Heat and Power) capability
  • High performance (under all site conditions)
  • High power density (allows for a compact design with a small footprint


The OPRA OP16 Radial Gas Turbine is available in the following variations:


  • OP16-3A (Diffusion combustor)
  • OP16-3B (Dry low NOx combustor)
  • OP16-3C (Low-calorific fuel combustor)


OPRA OP16 packages suit a variety of needs, including temporary or stationary installation, O&G onshore/offshore, and extended range of ambient conditions (arctic, desert, etc.).


MAN Energy Solutions SE

Founded: 2010

Location: Augsburg, Germany


MAN Energy Solutions SE (also known as “MAN ES” and “MAN”) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the world-renowned German automotive manufacturer Volkswagen AG (Volkswagen Group). MAN Energy Solutions is a leading provider of some of the world’s most modern industrial gas turbines for power generation and mechanical drive applications.


MAN Energy Solutions’ best-in-class gas turbines combine the advantages of aeroderivative and heavy-duty turbines.


MAN Energy Solutions provides the following gas turbines:


MGT6000-1S (an electrical power range between 6.63-7.8 MWel): The MGT6000 single-shaft gas turbine has been developed for power generation applications. The gas turbine’s compact package design and high efficiency make it ideal for CHP applications.


MGT6000-2S (a mechanical power range between 6.9-8.3 MWmech): The MGT6000 twin-shaft gas turbine is primarily used in mechanical drive applications. The gas turbine is suitable for upstream and midstream applications because its design allows for “the most efficient control of flow and discharge pressure of the driven compressor.”


THM1304 (an electrical power range between 10.0-11.5 MWel and a mechanical power range between 10.5-12.0 MWmech): The THM twin-shaft gas turbine is suitable for power generation and mechanical drive applications (onshore and offshore).


*MWel: Megawatts electric

*MWmech: Megawatts mechanical


Here are the key features of MAN gas turbines:


  • Environment friendly (ultra-low emissions)
  • Excellent partial-load behavior
  • High efficiency
  • High fuel flexibility
  • Modular and flexible package design for easy maintenance
  • Powerful combination of high electrical efficiency and exhaust heat
  • Robust design for high availability (even under harsh conditions)


Shanghai Electric Group Co., Ltd.

Founded: 2004

Location: Shanghai, China


Officially known as “Shanghai Electric Group Company Limited,” Shanghai Electric is an electrical equipment manufacturing and power generation company.


Shanghai Electric’s energy equipment includes gas power generation range, comprising the following gas turbines:




The F-glass gas turbine is a widely used model in the domestic market and meets various configurations, including 1 on 1, 2 on 1, single-shaft, and multi-shaft. Additionally, the AE94.3A gas turbine’s flexible operation and quick start-up make it suitable for grid frequency regulation and peak shaving.


AE94.2 and AE94.2K/KS


The AE94.2 (E Class) gas turbine is a preferred choice for many dual-fuel-demand customers in the global and domestic markets. Durability, reliability, and high output performance are the major features of this gas turbine, which can adapt to a variety of special fuels, such as blast furnace gas, coke oven gas, heavy oil, and light oil.




The AE64.3A gas turbine is a scaled-down version of AE94.3A with a similar structure. In recent years, there has been an increasing demand for this small F class gas turbine in small power plants/distributed energy projects. 


Shanghai Electric’s gas turbines are compact, easy to maintain, environmentally sustainable, and integral to the gas turbine industry.


Here are the major technical advantages of Shanghai Electric gas turbines:


  • High efficiency
  • Robust rotor design
  • Superior fuel flexibility
  • Efficient and reliable secondary air system
  • Fast start: Fast ramp and hot restart capabilities
  • Low NOx emissions
  • Cleanliness
  • Fully assembled shipping


Dongfang Electric Corporation Limited

Founded: 1958

Location: Chengdu, China


With 60+ years of experience in the electric power industry, Dongfang Electric Corporation (DEC) has grown into one of the world’s largest energy equipment manufacturing enterprise groups.


DEC specializes in high-efficiency and clean thermal power technology and is active in six major industrial sectors, with a global footprint across 80 countries.


As a leading supplier of heavy-duty gas turbine and gas power-integrated solutions, DEC’s capabilities for Gas Turbine Combined Cycle (GTCC) power generation equipment include:


  • Design
  • Manufacturing
  • Installation
  • Commissioning
  • After-sales service


The company’s wide range of equipment options and models includes advanced gas turbines (E-class, F-class, and J-class), matching steam turbines, generators, HRSGs (Heat Recovery Steam Generators), and more.


DEC’s gas turbine product portfolio includes:


  • D Series: Rugged and dependable, the D series is compatible with diverse fuels.
  • F Series: The high-efficiency, high-reliability F series has the largest fleet in operation.
  • J Series: The high-capacity, high-reliability J series offers the most cost-effective conversion.


Furthermore, the gas turbines produced by DEC are known for advanced combined cycle efficiency and ultra-low NOx emissions.


Doosan Enerbility Co., Ltd.

Founded: 1962

Location: Changwon, South Korea


Formerly known as “Doosan Heavy Industries,” Doosan Enerbility Co., Ltd. (Doosan) is a world-renowned heavy industrial company producing core equipment, such as boilers, generators, and turbines, for power plants.


Doosan Enerbility has positioned itself as a total solutions provider for gas turbine services by working along with its U.S.-based subsidiary “Doosan Turbomachinery.”


While Doosan offers small- to large-sized gas turbines, it is also working on hydrogen gas turbine technology for hydrogen dual-fuel and 100% hydrogen-fueled models.


Doosan’s gas turbine range includes:


  • DGT6-300H S1 – Korea’s* first H-Class 60 Hz gas turbine model
  • DGT6-300H S2 – H+ Class gas turbine
  • DGT-100 – 90 MW flexible medium-size gas turbine to meet load-balancing requirements
  • DGT-5 – Small-size gas turbine operable on LHV (Lower Heating Value) fuel


*Source: Doosan website


All the gas turbines listed above can be fueled by hydrogen.


Doosan offers the following gas turbine services:


GT Long-Term Services


  • Long-term parts supply
  • Technical advisory service
  • Periodic overhaul
  • O&M support
  • On-site engineers


GT Repair Services


  • Overhaul of hot parts
  • Repairs of gas turbine rotors
  • Repairs of large-scale structures in gas turbines
  • Manufacturing & maintenance of main components (such as rotors)


As part of gas turbine development efforts, Doosan collaborates with 22 local universities and government-funded research centers and has set up eight technology cooperation groups worldwide.


Apart from a production system consisting of a turbine/generator shop and hot parts shop, Doosan’s manufacturing and testing infrastructure includes a full-speed, full-load test shop set up at its Changwon Plant to conduct overall performance tests on gas turbines.


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