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The company’s new assessment tool for gas turbine rotors can quantify a reduction in CO2 emissions that is possible through proper equipment maintenance.
EthosEnergy developed a lifecycle assessment (LCA) solution for gas turbine rotors, EcoView, in partnership with Politecnico di Torino and Politecnico di Milano. EthosEnergy, a provider of services and solutions for rotating equipment in the energy and industrial sectors, said the new CO2 assessment tool provides comprehensive environmental insights across each phase of the rotor lifecycle. These evaluations quantify the carbon and financial reductions that can be achieved from maintaining existing equipment compared with purchasing new.
"Having a transparent view of CO2 emissions across the entire lifecycle and how to tackle these, is a key factor in the world’s energy market and driving toward net-zero carbon emissions,” said Massimo Valsania, VP of Engineering at EthosEnergy. “EthosEnergy’s team took the initiative to research and explore a pioneering solution that provides emission and maintenance insights for companies across the world to action—implementing a positive change for energy operations. By enabling ESG reporting and compliance, we are supporting the energy industry to achieve a fair energy transition. We are proud to play an active part in the circular economy, offering attractive solutions for our customers and the wider supply chain to prolong existing equipment in a sustainable way.”
According to pilot studies, by implementing the LCA insights from EcoView along with EthosEnergy’s rotor life extension solutions, carbon emission savings and abiotic depletion of up to 40% can be achieved.