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Supporting the Move to Clean Energy

Gas Turbine Engine Components  & MRO


Twigg Corporation can manufacture, repair, overhaul, and reverse engineer industrial and power generation gas turbine engine components to help customers save money and material resources.

As the industry moves to natural gas and hydrogen powered technology, Twigg supports this important green energy revolution. Utility companies face the challenge of keeping costs down, providing reliable power to their customers, yet simultaneously transition to sustainable energy technologies.


Helping Manufacturers Develop New Technologies

Twigg worked with Rolls Royce in developing various versions of the 501 series gas turbine engine used for power generation.

Components for Rolls Royce 501 series gas turbine engine
Components for gas turbine engines
IGT Components for Energy Power Generation

Changing the Future of Power Generation.

A move to hydrogen fueled power generation will not be easy. With the goal to secure a net-zero carbon output, the North American electricity power industry faces an “Energy Trilemma” – with demand to find the right balance between affordability, reliability, and sustainability.

Hydrogen Gas Turbine Engine Components

Sustainable Energy

When hydrogen ignites a gas turbine engine that is used for electric power generation, the byproduct is water.

Twigg Corporation believes natural gas and hydrogen will provide a crucial role in America’s transition to sustainable cost-effective energy production. The latest power generation turbine engines can accept 30 percent hydrogen fuel by volume to further maximize efficiency and lower emissions.

North America has made great strides towards a lower carbon output. Per capita CO2 peaked in 2000 and has steadily fallen 27 percent by 2019. (1)

Modernizing current natural gas-fired turbine engine power generators is among the most cost-effective approaches to reducing carbon emissions. (2) 

1 North America carbon (CO2) Emissions 1990–2023, Macrotrends LLC., using World Bank data sources.

2 North American energy transition with efficient and flexible gas-fired generation, Siemens Energy 2023.

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