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Hosted By: POWER
Sponsored By: Siemens
Based on the rich heritage of the SGT-8000H series, Siemens continues its leadership in large air-cooled gas turbines by pushing plant efficiencies beyond 63%, with a clear roadmap to even higher values. Siemens 9000HL-class has been successfully introduced to the power generation market. While the 60Hz and 50Hz pilot projects are in full swing and the first 9000HL gas turbines are being manufactured and prepared to be delivered on site, we want to give you the chance to look behind the scenes and engage with the development team. In an interactive format, the HL-class development team will present the latest status regarding performance, testing and validation, insurability, flexibility and emission reduction. Take a glimpse into the future of power generation.
- Discover why the HL-Class is the perfect fit for base load units and why it’s also flexible enough for flexible applications
- Explore how to optimize power plant performance
- Plant Managers
Thomas has more than 15 years of industry experience, in various gas turbine engineering departments and Siemens locations between Canada, Germany, and the US. This includes positions as a designer, project lead, group manager and business development manager within service and gas turbine engineering.
In 2004, Thomas developed service products including the hydraulic clearance optimization and Si3D turbine upgrade for the SGT-2000E and W501D5 & D5A. Later in 2010 he led the Frame Modelling team for the mature Westinghouse fleet for the performance, secondary air, and clearance disciplines. In 2013, Thomas took on responsibilities developing modularization strategies for future products. He led the development of the HL-series product architecture and is now focused on the market introduction and sales for the HL-class.
Thomas graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science in mechanical engineering from University of Waterloo, Canada.
Aaron is an engineer who has worked at nuclear, biomass, and coal power plants, where he gained significant operations, maintenance, safety, financial, and management experience. He has also served in the Navy, earned a BS in nuclear engineering technology from Thomas Edison State College, holds an MBA in financial management from City University of Seattle, and is credentialed as a Chief “A” Boiler Engineer. Aaron writes news and feature stories on a variety of topics