Their facility is strictly a steam turbine w/o thermal storage.
For example, both the feed pump and steam turbine are actually power-steering pumps used in cars and trucks.
The facility has a steam turbine generator as well as two turbine driven boiler feed pumps.
The more conventional approach is referred to as steam turbine repowering.
Exhaust heat from the combustion turbine is recovered and used to boil water, creating steam for a steam turbine-generator.
The steam turbine will drive an electrical generator that will supply additional electric power to the facility.
One method is to burn the gas in a boiler to produce steam, which is then used by a steam turbine to generate electricity.
Steam generated from the heat in the fluidized bed is sent to a steam turbine, creating a highly efficient combined cycle system.
One method is to burn the oil in boilers to produce steam, which is used by a steam turbine to generate electricity.