CAME-GT is a Thematic Network project supported by the European Commission in the Framework V RTD Programme. The objective of this Thematic Network (TM) is to co-ordinate RTD projects in industrial gas turbines, including projects from FPIV and FPV covering fossil fuels and biomass and gas turbines in CHP applications and combined cycles.
The main participants are ALSTOM Power, Rolls Royce plc, MAN GHH BORSIG, DLR, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, GASTEC, Siemens and Ansaldo. Also, to confirm the European Research Area in gas turbine technology, the project now has as partners, Turboinstitut (Slovenia), TUS (Bulgaria), ICEMENERG (Romania) and AGH (Poland).
This Website provides a resource for the dissemination of the CAME-GT research results and highlights meetings and events related to gas turbine technology. Follow these links to view the project titles listed by cluster or by programme.
The objective of this Thematic Network is to co-ordinate RTD projects in industrial gas turbines, covering fossil fuels and biomass and gas turbines in CHP applications and combined cycles. Comparison with international programmes will prioritise key issues for the future and these will be used to recommend the future direction of RTD programmes in gas turbines and contribute to the development of a gas turbine sector Strategy Plan.
CORDIS, the Community Research and Development Information Service, is a free service provided by the European Commission's Innovation/SMEs programme. CORDIS offers access to a wide range of information on EU research and innovation development activities. For information on other EU funded gas turbine projects click here.