Decarbonizing Power Generation with a Minimum of Modifications

Mitsubishi Power's hydrogen firing technology enable power plant owners to decarbonize their existing Gas Turbine Combined Cycle (GTCC) plants by converting them to hydrogen co-firing, or even 100% hydrogen firing. With a minimum of modification, Mitsubishi Power supports the transition process by identifying key preparatory and operational steps necessary to decarbonize generation plants while working with customers to create a roadmap for reducing CO₂ emissions.


  • An optimized roadmap tailored to the customer's individual circumstances
  • Maximize use of existing facilities to reduce required investment
  • Technical excellence backed up by extensive experience dating back to the 1970s
  • Backed up by involvement in hydrogen conversion projects around the world

An Optimized Roadmap Tailored to Your Circumstances

Mitsubishi Power works with its customers to draw up a roadmap for the reduction of CO₂ emissions by transitioning to hydrogen co-firing, and eventually to firing on hydrogen alone. The process will involve in-depth analysis of the solutions required to implement the conversion of the existing GTCC to run on hydrogen. Specifically, Mitsubishi Power aligns with the customer's circumstances to propose a phased modification plan that covers combustors, fuel systems, control systems, and other elements of the existing GTCC plant.

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Mitsubishi Power is a power solutions brand of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.