Vision

GTI is an organization dedicated to advancing the economy-wide transformation needed to deeply decarbonize energy systems while supplying the energy needed to support rising standards of living and economic growth worldwide. GTI embraces a vision for integrated, low-carbon, low-cost energy systems that leverage gases, liquids, efficiency, and infrastructure to meet the urgent challenges presented by climate change and global energy access. With a team that includes some of the nation's top energy scientists, engineers, and thought leaders, we are helping deliver clean and resilient solutions to a growing world. GTI partners with organizations around the globe to operationalize the ambitious aspirations required for the global energy transition.

GTI is inviting you to join us now as we seek to enable low-carbon, low-cost integrated energy systems that leverage gases, liquids, efficiency, and infrastructure. Success requires ambition, innovation, scale, and collaboration.

GTI Innovation Pipeline

Casting a vision for energy systems

We’re curious about the role that gases, liquids, efficiency, and infrastructure will play in low-cost, low-carbon energy systems. Post-2030, there will be an array of molecules powering our energy systems with many different characteristics, but all will be low-carbon.

Operationalizing our ambition

We’ve been exploring trends that will drive energy transitions, how those trends might affect energy systems and infrastructure, and where we should invest to deliver solutions that drive these advancements.

Collaboration at scale required

We’re enabling collaboration through the Low-Carbon Resources Initiative (LCRI) by accelerating development and demonstration of low-carbon electric generation technologies and low-carbon energy carriers.

David Carroll

President and CEO of GTI

“Affordable access to modern energy is a critical part of the transition to a sustainable future, and the demand for green resources is significant and growing.[…] We look forward to a future where installations around the world are delivering the green, clean burning LPG that is so desperately needed.”

Read more about GTI’s Cool LPG technology as a clean fuel for the developing world

Paula Gant

Senior Vice President of Strategy & Innovation at GTI

“GTI has a broad and expanding portfolio of clean energy technologies and integrated solutions — including natural gas, hydrogen, biofuels, synthetic fuels, power generation, carbon capture and utilization, emissions mitigation, and infrastructure.[…] At GTI, we are committed to leveraging this experience and know-how to identify pathways and accelerate transitions for new energy systems that protect the planet while enabling quality of life for the people that inhabit it.”

Read more about Catalyzing Conversations on Clean Energy Transitions on our Catalyst Blog

Ted Barnes

Director of R&D at GTI

“The rail sector and goods movement in ports are challenging applications for low-carbon energy because they often require near-continuous operation and high power levels. This project directly addresses those issues as we seek to advance technologies that can enable ports as high-throughput clusters for affordable, low-carbon hydrogen and achieve scaled demand across multiple applications.”

Read more about GTI’s participation in the H2RAM Initiative funded by the California Energy Commission

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