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appro 2021

GTEN mourns the loss of Herb Saravanamuttoo (1933‑2021) - Click for more

Our Mission

The Gas Turbines for Energy Network (GTEN) was originally formed in 1973 as the Industrial Application of Gas Turbines (IAGT) Committee under the sponsorship of the National Research Council of Canada. GTEN is a Technical Advisory Group to Canadian industry and government. The group provides a forum for the exchange and dissemination of ideas and the communication of new developments related to gas turbine systems in Canada.

The GTEN Committee's specific functions relate to the organization of a biennial technical symposium for the presentation of technical papers and discussion panels covering all aspects of gas turbine operation including power generation, pipelines, energy for buildings, industrial processes, and marine applications. This symposium also provides a forum for reviewing directives, guidelines, codes and practices, as issued by Regulatory Agencies, which impact directly on the application of gas turbines.

Synchronous Generator Basics - REPLAY

Coming this February GTEN is pleased to announce the replay of one of our most popular webinars: Synchronous Generator Basics. Presented by: Jim Noordermeer, P.Eng. Noord Power Consulting.

Registration details will be released soon along with details on our webinar full access subscription!

GTEN is also looking forward to launching its 2022 web series along with it’s biennial short course in fall 2022. Dates to be released soon so you can Mark Your Calendars!

Thank you to all of our great presenters at the first virtual Symposium this October – their participation made it a great and informative success!

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