"GE is touting the project as a showcase for its FlexEfficiency power plant system anchored around a natural gas turbine designed specifically to ramp power production up and down to accommodate variable wind and solar power.
Interesting that it's happening in Turkey.
So it's not a microgrid, and GE has vested interests to promote, and you need nat gas availability, but do the guts of this system use a GE version of ZBB's technology? Do we have any "moat?"
"GE said it expects to see more interest for power plants that combine renewable energy with natural gas. Some power plant project developer are using energy storage, such as large batteries, to ensure a steady flow of power although batteries for bulk storage are expensive "