- GE LM6000
Introduced in 1990, the LM6000 fleet has grown to more than 600 units accumulating over seven million operating hours.
Generating 50-58MW at 42 percent efficiency, this engine was derived from CF6-80C2 aircraft engine and was designed to be fuel efficient, have a long life, and be easily maintained.
The LM6000 can reduce fuel consumption by the equivalent of 33,000 barrels of oil per year compared to similar aeroderivative solutions in its class.
With over 800 units in operation, 65 percent of LM6000 gas turbines are used for power generation, 22 percent for cogeneration, and 13 percent for combined cycle applications.