Power Generation

A power plant works to produce electricity by burning air and fuel to create energy which rotates turbine blades and drives a generator. The generator converts the spinning energy into electricity.  A power system may include a Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG) which captures exhaust heat from the gas turbine that would otherwise escape through an exhaust stack. The waste heat is used to drive a secondary steam turbine resulting in increased electrical output.

Teledyne systems provide efficient, effective and reliable support, data storage and reporting for power production and source emissions.

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