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Submarines in the fleets of Japan, South Korea and North Korea are not powered by nuclear reactors, but rather by a combination of gas turbines, diesels and/or electric engines.
The Center plans to use the electricity produced by nearby wind turbines at night to compress air, and feed the air into a gas turbine during the day.
Division Sales Sales fell 3.5 percent in GE Power, the world’s largest maker of gas turbines, as profit plummeted by more than half.
The maker of jet engines and gas turbines reported adjusted profit of 29 cents a share for the third quarter, falling fall short of the 50 cent average of analysts’ estimates compiled by Bloomberg.
Two General Electric mobile gas turbines that can provide at least 50 milliwatts GIVE SOME COMPARISON OF WHAT THIS MEANS -- POWER FOR xxx HOUSES OR SOMESUCH were delivered to the Palo Seco power plant near San Juan.
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