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KUALA LUMPUR, July 22 -- INNIO, a leading provider of renewable gas, natural gas, and hydrogen-based solutions and services, has announced the launch of its ‘Ready for H₂’ portfolio that includes 100 per cent hydrogen-fuelled Jenbacher H₂-engines.
“I am proud of INNIO’s announcement of the first ‘Ready for H₂’ product portfolio in the 200 kW – 10.4 MW power generation space,” said INNIO president and chief executive officer, Carlos Lange.
“Jenbacher gas engines running on natural gas today can be converted to H₂ operation when hydrogen becomes more readily available. This means that customers who invest in Jenbacher natural gas engines today, are also investing for the future.”
INNIO’s ‘Ready for H₂’ gas engine portfolio is built on a long history of innovation with over 30 years of experience and expertise in the use of renewable fuels and hydrogen-rich fuels, such as syngas and process gases for power generation.
As of today, Jenbacher Type 4 gas engines – with an approximate output of 500 to 900 kilowatts (kW) - are available for operation with 100 per cent hydrogen or mixtures of natural gas and hydrogen, according to a statement.
As of 2022, all other INNIO Jenbacher gas engines will be offered with a ‘Ready for H₂’ option, capable of running with up to 25 per cent volume of hydrogen in pipeline gas and being able to be readily converted from natural gas to 100 per cent hydrogen operation.
In addition, most of the currently installed INNIO Jenbacher natural gas fuelled fleet can be upgraded to operate with up to 25 per cent volume of hydrogen in pipeline gas or converted from natural gas to 100 per cent hydrogen operation.
INNIO is committed to leading the deployment of H₂-engines which will facilitate the acceleration and transformation from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources.
Typically, INNIO Jenbacher hydrogen-fuelled gas engines will be operating in a combined heat and power configuration, achieving around 90 per cent hydrogen fuel utilisation.
More details at www.innio.com.
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