An estimated 2 billion people worldwide do not have access to electrical power, and this figure is increasing. In countries like Nigeria, despite the abundance of natural gas as feedstock, less than half of the population has access to stable electricity supply.
Even where electrical transmission systems do exist, many developing countries rely on costly and inefficient substitute power generation systems. These have negative impact both on the environment and on sovereign finances and budgets as governments often need to apply subsidies to make them affordable.
Floating Power Plants (FPPs)
Natural Gas as Feedstock
Siemens SGT-A65 Gas Turbines
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