Discover how GE Power’s LM2500XPRESS, LM6000, and TM2500 aeroderivative gas turbines can help Saudi Arabia transition to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2060.
As the largest economy in the GCC in terms of GDP, Saudi Arabia is experiencing a surge in both GDP growth and energy production needs while working towards renewable energy transition milestones. Saudi Arabia aims to reach net zero carbon emission by 2060 and is planning to generate 50% of its electricity through renewable sources, like solar, by 2030.
With an increase in renewables, it is important that Saudi Arabia’s industrial customers have reliable gas power to help provide uninterrupted electricity.
Aeroderivative gas turbines are just one of the ways GE Gas Power can support Saudi Arabia. Learn more about GE’s specific solutions for the Cement, Aviation, Metals & Mining, Healthcare, and Food & Beverages sectors in Saudi Arabia. https://www.ge.com/gas-power/en/sa/industrial-power-solutions
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