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INNIO Sustainability
Report 2021

Natural Gas

Lower emissions with cogeneration applications.

Natural gas, sometimes referred to as pipeline gas, can be used to leverage a fast energy transition and reduce the global carbon footprint.

Emitting about 40% less CO2 than coal, 20% less than oil, and about 30% less than diesel, natural gas is viewed as a perfect dispatchable match to the increasing share of fluctuating non-dispatchable renewables in global power grids. You can deploy natural gas immediately to serve as a substitute and bridge towards a cleaner energy future. Natural gas emits 235g of CO2/kWh instead of more than the 400g of CO2/kWh that is emitted out of lignite.

INNIO has long-term proven expertise with its Jenbacher engines operate on natural gas. More than 50% of the Jenbacher engines delivered globally run on natural gas. Learn more about our broad portfolio of applications which operate with natural gas below.

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Our portfolio of innovative solutions gives businesses and communities around the world the ability to generate reliable and efficient power at or near the point of use, anytime – on the grid or off.

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