• ETN - a non-profit membership association

    European Turbine Network (ETN) brings together the entire value chain of the stationary gas turbine technology community globally

  • Gas turbine technology

    ETN aims to initiate projects and standardisations that can achieve tangible advances and cost reductions in gas turbine technology

  • The link between the policy makers and the industry

    ETN provides operational technical input to policy makers in terms of gas turbine environmental compliance, technology watch and R&D needs

  • Future of gas turbines

    ETN works towards environmentally sound gas turbine technology with reliable and low cost operation

  • Research effort between stakeholders

    ETN network aims to avoid R&D duplication as well as to reduce the risk, cost and time in technology development

Members

ETN

ETN is a non-profit membership association, bringing together the entire value chain of the stationary gas turbine technology (power generation and mechanical drive) community globally. ETN has currently 110 members.

ETN addresses the main challenges and concerns of gas turbine (GT) users in Committees and individual projects, composed of experts across the entire value chain: power generation and oil & gas companies, OEMs, R&D institutes, suppliers and service providers, technology consultancies and industry associations. ETN believes a common strategy and research effort between all stakeholders, along with supportive energy and research policies, will enable growth and increased competitiveness of the gas turbine sector globally.

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110 members
from 23 countries

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Our Members

About etn

Who we are

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  • Vision

    Environmentally Sound Gas Turbine Technology with Reliable and Low Cost Operation

  • Mission

    To encourage and facilitate information exchange, R&D cooperation and technology development in areas of importance to the user community

Gas Turbine Technology

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Gas Turbines: Important Conversion Technology For The Future

To convert different fuel sources to electricity, gas turbines claim an indispensable role. Forecasts of world power demand predict a substantial increase over the next 25 years.

It is also widely accepted that fossil fuels will still be the dominant fuel for power generation in 2030, in Europe and globally. In addition, power generation from renewables such as biomass, biogas and syngas is gaining importance in energy consumption.

 

 

The GT User community within ETN decided to implement an aggregated strategy to address gas turbine users’ issues and trigger a dedicated response from OEMs, ISPs and the R&D community. The idea is to set-up various independent user groups on selected frequently used gas turbine engines within the user community for both power generation and oil and gas sector.

The strategy is to have a single and independent voice communicating user issues and a link to the whole gas turbine value chain which will provide a wide visibility and a strong push for exploring and developing solutions.

NEWS & EVENTS

  • | Registrations for LM2500 User Group meeting are openOur LM2500 User Group meeting will take place on 20-21 June 2018 in Berlin. Deadline for hotel room reservations is approaching - make sure to book your accommodation by 22 May 2018....  Read more.

  • | April issue of ETN Monthly News Summary is publishedThe Monthly News Summary is circulated to our members at the end of each month. If you would like to subscribe please send an email to info@etn.global...  Read more.

Upcoming events

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  • | LM2500 User Group meeting 2018...  Read more.

  • | 9th International Gas Turbine Conference – The Future of Gas Turbine Technology...  Read more.

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Projects

ETN facilitates and assists in the development and progress of project proposals that are submitted by members to the ETN platform.

ETN Gas Turbine 

R&D Recommendation Report

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ETN Micro Gas Turbine

Technology Summary

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Policy

Policy Briefings

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briefings

Position papers

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papers

IED Committee

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committees

Educational courses

Internal Courses

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Through the wide network of experts ETN can arrange tailor-made courses for users.

 

 

Through the wide network of experts ETN can arrange tailor-made educational courses for the gas turbine user community.

External Courses

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Educational courses - external

 

 

ETN is collecting information about the available technical courses given by the members of ETN.

Events

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