The latest natural gas turbine announcement comes in the form of a new energy storage project in Germany.
The project, called Enigma, will be installed on a 4MW wind farm in the state of Fürth.
The company behind the project is Rheinmetall Energy, which is also behind several renewable energy projects in the United States, including a 2MW solar farm in Nevada.
The Enigma project will be powered by two 120-megawatt wind turbines that have been designed to operate for up to 20 years.
These turbines are built with more than 100-year life, meaning they can be used for decades without needing to be replaced.
The turbines are also designed to be able to provide energy in the region of 40 megawatts (MW) per year.
According to Rheine, the wind farm project will produce a net energy equivalent of more than 1,300 megawatts of electricity and will be capable of storing about 6,000 megawatt hours of electricity.
This is equivalent to enough energy to power about 9,000 homes.
As for the price tag, Rheinemetall Energy expects to get around 20% of the energy from the wind turbines and the rest from the solar farm, meaning that the total cost of the project will come to about $2.4 billion.
The wind turbines, which will cost $500,000 each, will cost about $4.2 million per megawatthour.
The renewable energy company is currently looking for financing to finance the project, but its expected to complete the project by the end of 2019.
Rheines project is not the first one to get an investment from the energy company Rheinfelds, as Rheiningen also recently invested $3.2 billion in the project.