Advanced Energy Technologies for Greenhouse Gas Reduction:
Electricity Generation

Electricity Generation technologies include zero-emission, fuel-free resources like wind, solar, and hydropower, which also protect against fuel price hikes, as well as nuclear power, with incumbent plants already providing nearly 20% of U.S. electricity with no carbon emissions. It also includes high efficiency, lower emission sources like natural gas power generation and fuel cells.

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  • Anaerobic Digestion
  • Biomass Co-Firing
  • Biomass Power
  • Fuel Cells
  • Gas Turbines (Simple Cycle & Combined Cycle)
  • Geothermal Power
  • Hydroelectric Power
  • Marine Power
  • Modular Nuclear Power
  • Offshore Wind Power
  • Onshore Wind Power
  • Residential & Commercial Building Solar Power
  • Utility-Scale Nuclear Power
  • Utility-Scale Solar Power
  • Waste-to-Energy

 

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Electricity Generation technologies include zero-emission, fuel-free resources like wind, solar, and hydropower, which also protect against fuel price hikes, as well as nuclear power, with incumbent plants already providing nearly 20% of U.S. electricity with no carbon emissions. It also includes high efficiency, lower emission sources like natural gas power generation and fuel cells.

To download one or several of the following technology profiles, please fill out the form.

  • Anaerobic Digestion
  • Biomass Co-Firing
  • Biomass Power
  • Fuel Cells
  • Gas Turbines (Simple Cycle & Combined Cycle)
  • Geothermal Power
  • Hydroelectric Power
  • Marine Power
  • Modular Nuclear Power
  • Offshore Wind Power
  • Onshore Wind Power
  • Residential & Commercial Building Solar Power
  • Utility-Scale Nuclear Power
  • Utility-Scale Solar Power
  • Waste-to-Energy