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Transparent data for positive impact

Our pioneering solution enables you to fully understand the environmental impact of your equipment, from global warming potential to acidification.

Our Life Cycle Assessment gives you the visibility to make informed equipment choices, align with energy transition requirements and comply with carbon emissions targets and ESG goals. Be confident in your sustainability reporting, and propel your ESG credibility.

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Co-developed with leading scientists

Developed in partnership with leading scientists, our new CO2 monitoring tool provides comprehensive environmental insights across each phase of the lifecycle, quantifying with clarity the carbon and financial reductions you can make from Rotor Lifetime Extension (LTE) compared with purchasing new. 

Scientific studies have shown carbon emission savings and abiotic depletion of up to 40% from Rotor Life Extension (LTE).

  • 35-45% Potential carbon emission savings and abiotic depletion compared with purchasing new


  • 40% Potential savings on acidification compared with purchasing new

Certified results for ESG compliance

Soon, you will be able to verify and certify your LCA results for the next five years with the industry's first gas turbine rotor EDP certification. Proving your ESG compliance, and giving you a competitive advantage with Ecolabel type III (ISO 14025).

Life Cycle Assessment benefits

Empowering informed decision making through data visibility that saves you money while making you compliant. 

Our pioneering LCA solution provides crystal clear visibility on the environmental impact of your gas turbine rotor.

Take the guess work out of the equation. The data collected across each phase of your equipment's lifecycle provides visibility, so you can clearly understand the environmental impact of your rotor and what you need to do to improve your environmental footprint. Our powerful LCA software and state of the art tools for monitoring CO2, developed in partnership with leading scientists, enables you to quantifiably reduce your CO2 emissions. Providing transparent, trustworthy data that keeps you on track with your ESG goals that you can evidence in your sustainability reporting.

Play your part in the circular economy and make a real sustainable difference for your company, and the planet.

Our LCA solution demonstrates the significant CO2 savings you can make with Rotor Lifetime Extension (LTE) compared with purchasing new. It gives you an alternative sustainable solution that allows you to comply with the circular economy. By reusing the existing rotor, you actively save natural resources, reduce emissions and emissions from new rotor production, as well as your overall environmental footprint. Enabling you to improve the lifecycle of your assets.

Equipped with environmental impact insights, we empower you to make informed decisions on your equipment choices.

Our data insights provide quantifiable evidence of the environmental performance of your gas turbine rotor equipment. Empowering you to make informed decisions, reduce your carbon footprint and effect sustainable change across the entire value chain.

Reduce your expenditure as well as your CO2.

Not only will you benefit from reduced carbon emissions with our Lifetime Extension (LTE), but you also benefit from reduced costs compared with purchasing a new rotor. Improving the positive environmental impact of your company and your bottom line at the same time.

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View our Rotor Life Extension case studies

There are more options than you might think when it comes to addressing your rotor end of life. Options beyond purchasing a new rotor, moving to a new technology, or risky used and grey market options. View our Rotor Life Extension case studies to read more.


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