Ansaldo Energia

Ansaldo Energia, is one of the world’s leading players in the sector of power generation plants and components. Founded in 1853 it is full-cycle, integrated operator, with the capabilities to build turnkey power plants using its own technologies and its own independent design, production, construction, commissioning and service resources.

The company is engaged in the development of technologies, products, sales, project execution and the provision of after-sales services of heavy-duty gas turbines.

Ansaldo Energia has been active in the development of fuel flexibility for gas turbine for over two decades, including solution for burning hydrogen blends and alternative fuels.

Ansaldo Energia is based in Genoa, Italy; extensive development activities within the FLEX4H2 project will be performed by the R&D teams based in Baden, Switzerland.

Competence relevant to FLEX4H2

Ansaldo Energia has extensive experience in developing advanced combustion technologies from early concept generation to product implementation and commercial deployment. The company owns a large number of patents and technologies related to gas turbines and combustion, furthermore it has extensive knowledge in testing and validation of full engines as well as single engine components.

Ansaldo Energia owns specific rigs where the newly developed combustion systems can be mounted and tested both at atmospheric pressure and at high pressure, fully reproducing engine environments.

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Clean Hydrogen Partnership Co-funded by the European Union Project co-funded by Swiss Confederation
This project is supported by the Clean Hydrogen Partnership and its members Hydrogen Europe and Hydrogen Europe Research (GA 101101427), and the Swiss Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Education and Research, State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI)
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