European Turbine Network (ETN) brings together the entire value chain of the stationary gas turbine technology community in Europe and beyond.


    European Turbine Network (ETN) brings together the entire value chain of the stationary gas turbine technology community in Europe and beyond.


ETN is a non-profit membership association, bringing together the entire value chain of turbomachinery technology worldwide.

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, universities, R&D institutes, suppliers, service providers and technology consultancies.

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.

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.

  • Objectives

    ETN’s main objectives are to:
    - strengthen the gas turbine industry and users’ market in Europe in its entirety, by providing a powerful network with the ability to initiate projects that can achieve tangible advances in gas turbine technology;
    - act as a platform for exchange of knowledge and experiences to avoid R&D duplication and to reduce risk, cost and time in technology development;
    - provide operational technical input to the EU institutions in terms of gas turbine environmental responsibility, technology watch and R&D needs.


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Please use the interactive organisation chart to find out more about ETN.

  • ETN is headed by the ETN Board, which determines the strategy and decides the way forward for the organisation.
  • The ETN Project Board facilitates and assists in the development and progress of initiatives and project proposals that are submitted by members to the ETN platform.
  • The ETN Office, which is situated in Brussels, Belgium, acts as a secretariat for the organisation.
  • The ETN Office also supports ETN’s  Working Groups and Technical Committees.

ETN Articles of Association (AoA) can be downloaded here. ETN Internal Rules are available via this link.



About Gas Turbines

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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.

In the future, gas turbines may even be powered by nuclear in the fourth generation of nuclear power plants. Hence in power generation from various fuel sources, gas turbine is and will remain a key technology.

Gas turbine products

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This section is dedicated to our gas turbine manufacturer members. In it, their gas turbine products are described and detailed with their latest information.

From 1.8 to 510 MW, covering radial and axial turbines, can, silo, annular and cannular combustion chambers for both power generation and mechanical drive, this section reports on all gas turbine products from main Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM).



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