Environmental compliance and sustainability drive Solar’s product design and development programs.
We can help you achieve your environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals with products that facilitate clean fuel transition, better operational efficiency, and reduced emissions.
As demand for renewable energy has increased, Solar has been strongly positioned to serve as an experienced sustainability partner, helping our customers build strategies around fuel flexibility, renewable fuels, and decarbonization.
As a subsidiary of Caterpillar, Inc., we're proud to be a part of Caterpillar's longstanding commitment to the environment and the communities that depend on it across the globe.
For more than 90 years, customers have used Caterpillar's equipment to develop infrastructure, energy, and natural-resource assets that improve living standards in their communities. Over the past year, Caterpillar has shown that their dedication to building better is stronger than ever.
For decades, we’ve been a pioneer in researching and integrating efficient and renewable energy to reduce our carbon footprint – and help customers reduce theirs.
Here’s how Solar and Caterpillar are building a better tomorrow every day:
In 1985, we introduced a Hydrogen-rich power generation package solutions that have, since then, contributed greatly to global hydrogen use, with units logging more than two million hours of operation with up to 70% Hydrogen gas (H2).
Solar Turbines can help your business with renewable electricity by converting waste to energy. Synthetic gas, or Syngas, consists primarily of hydrogen and carbon monoxide. Syngas is usually the product of gasification of coal, biomass or Municipal Solid Waste (MSW).
Solar’s gas turbine engines are available with pollutionprevention SoLoNOx™ dry lean-premixed combustion technology. This advanced combustion system provides the most cost effective and environmentally friendly approach to reduce NOx emissions. More than 3500 gas turbines with SoLoNOx technology have been installed worldwide, logging more than 350 million operating hours.