Advisors Energy Group, LLC

Combined Cycle Power Plants

Advisors Energy Group, LLC represents a group of investors and power plant developers that are looking to build, own and operate combined cycle power plants.
 
 
We offer gas fired, steam fired and oil fired combined cycle power plants.
 
How the Gas Turbine works:
 
A gas turbine compresses air and mixes it with fuel.  The fuel is burned and the hot air fuel mixture is expanded through turbine blades, making them spin.  The spinning turbine drives a generator which converts the spinning energy into electricity. 
 
Fuel is burned in the gas turbine.  The resulting energy in the gas turbine turns the generator drive shaft.  Exhaust heat from the gas turbine is sent to a heat recovery steam generator.   The heat recovery steam generator tuns the gas turbine exhaust heat into steam and feeds it to the steam turbine.  The steam turbine delivers additional energy to the generator drive shaft.  The generator converts the energy into electricity.
 
How the Steam Turbine works:
 
A steam turbine converts the thermal energy in steam to rotational movement.  Steam strikes the blades of a turbine, causing the turbine to rotate in the same way wind causes a windmill to turn.  The rotating turbine shaft drives a generator.  Inside the generator, a spinning magnet surrounded by coils of copper wire creates a magnetic field which charges electrons in the copper wire and produces electricity. 
 
How the Oil Turbine works:
 
An oil  turbine compresses air and mixes it with fuel.  The fuel is burned and the hot air fuel mixture is expanded through turbine blades, making them spin.  The spinning turbine drives a generator which converts the spinning energy into electricity. 
 

To request information about Combined Cycle Power Plants, call (732) 202-2926 or e-mail energy@advisorsenergy.com.