In recent years, environmental problems caused by energy consumption have become a more and more prominent threat to the earth. The prevention of further damage relies largely upon the reduction of CO2 emissions. The energy efficiency of Kawasaki Gas Turbine Co-Generation Systems contributes to the prevention of global warming and therefore reduces the burden on the environment.
Kawasaki launched experimental operation of the first gas turbine of its own development in 1972, and brought the gas-turbine-driven power generation unit to the market in 1976. Since then, the company has continued to develop more advanced gas turbines and expand its lineup of power generators. Presently, the range of co-generation systems and combined cycle systems extend from 600kW to 50MW classes, and that of backup power generators extend from 200kVA to 6000kVA.
With know-how acquired from more than thirty years of experience in gas turbine development and total system engineering, Kawasaki is constantly contributing to the protection of the global environment and the creation of a bright future for all.