News & Events

Stay up-to-date on the new sCO2 power generation technology that will revolutionize future power generation.

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Construction at STEP Demo San Antonio Site Progressing

STEP Demo customers from DOE along with the STEP Project team members from GTI, SwRI, and GE recently attended a program review and toured the San Antonio facility site. Find out more.


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GTI and KEPRI sCO2 Technology Status and Commercialization Workshop

On April 25, 2019, GTI and Korea Electric Power Research Institute (KEPRI) hosted a stakeholder workshop covering progression of sCO2 technology to its current level of maturity and next steps towards commercialization. Find out more.


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STEP Demo Lunch and Learn at the Capitol in Austin, TX

Staff members representing Texas elected officials attended a luncheon on February 15, 2019, to learn more about the increased efficiency, reduction in costs, emissions, and water use plus other important benefits of the supercritical CO2 technology. Find out more.



Academic Partner Added

The University of Houston has been added as an academic partner. UH Faculty and students will become familiar with the design criteria, operational constraints and specifications, and performance of the indirect-fired sCO2 power cycle. Find out more.


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STEP Demo Groundbreaking Ceremony

On October 15, 2018, GTI joined with Southwest Research Institute, GE Global Research, and the U.S. Department of Energy/National Energy Technology Laboratory (DOE/NETL) to celebrate the groundbreaking of the $119 million first-of-its-kind 10MW Supercritical Transformational Electric Power (STEP) pilot plant known as STEP Demo. Find out more.


Over 100 online and print mentions in mainstream media and trade publications on the STEP Demo Groundbreaking by the next day.

Become a project partner

This open project is welcoming new partners from around the world. OEMs, engineering companies, and power plant owner/operators are invited to join to gain a better understanding of how sCO2 technology can improve high-efficiency power generation.


For more information, contact Markus Lesemann directly or call 818.405.9564