Aurelia Turbines, Power Service Consulting (PSC) and Jhuo Sih International have agreed to jointly develop, promote, and maintain Aurelia A400 turbine generation sets and components in Taiwan. Companies signed a Memorandum of Understanding in the beginning of June. The MoU will combine each party’s expertise and resources.
Taiwan is seen as a promising market for all parties. Earlier in 2023, an Aurelia® A400 unit destined to operate on syngas was shipped out from Aurelia’s factory in Lappeenranta to Taiwan. With the turbine, Taiwanese GAMA is planning to burn fuel produced from municipal waste through a gasification process. GAMA’s business strategy of converting waste to energy includes the A400 as a key enabler because competing gas engines cannot operate on the produced syngas.
Syngas, or synthesis gas, is a mixture of hydrogen and carbon monoxide in various ratios. The gas often contains some carbon dioxide and methane. Small and efficient gas turbines made by Aurelia are fuel flexible. They can use syngas, hydrogen, biogas, and other renewable and non-standard fuels.
Taiwan has made the goal of being net-zero by or before 2050 by using Hydrogen as a fuel.