Cogeneration Equipment in Turkmenistan

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Co-Generation Packaging

by Enercon Engineering, Inc.     based in East Peoria, ILLINOIS (USA)

With today's high cost of fuel, and the resulting need for increasing fuel efficiency, Co-Generation and CHP (Combined Heat & Power) is an effective means of increasing the efficiency of engine driven power generation and mechanical assemblies. Utilizing captured engine water jacket and exhaust heat can create useful heat energy for a variety ...

Air Conditioning

by GGE Power Pvt. Ltd.     based in New Delhi, INDIA

Using cogeneration to produce hot water for heating systems is widespread in all of Europe. Since the demand for heating varies according to the seasons, a cogeneration systems would not be profitable if heat generated by the cogeneration modules were not used in the summer.

Trigeneration

by Anama Energies Pvt. Ltd.     based in Pune, INDIA

Hardly had the public got used to the expression cogeneration and had designers begun plans for equipping boiler rooms with cogeneration units, than a new expression, which is far from being a household word, began to appear - tri-generation. Translated, it means the combined production of electricity, heat and cooling; technologically it is about ...

On-Site Cogeneration Systems

by Allied Environmental Technologies, Inc.     based in Seal Beach, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Cogeneration is a variation of distributed generation, but it is an often misused and misunderstood term.  A common thought is that cogeneration means running a generator in parallel with the utility grid, or 'co-generating'.  While this is often done, this is not the meaning of the term. Cogeneration is simply using one energy source to ...

Cogeneration

by Montealto     based in Córdoba, SPAIN

Cogeneration technology generates both electricity and usable heat. It is useful in industrial facilities where vapour and/or hot water are needed and, in general, in any facility that uses heat or cold, or in facilities where waste heat can be recovered to generate electricity. In Spain, cogeneration technology, like other renewable energies, ...

Natural Gas Cogeneration (CHP)

by SCHMITT ENERTEC GmbH     based in Mendig, GERMANY

RSCHMITT ENERTEC Natural Gas Cogeneration (CHP) units are equipped with high-class engineering capability; hence allowing for prompt & easy installation due to their compact design, integrated control, switchboard and electrically ventilated noise protection enclosure. 3- way catalysts affects exhaust gas cleaning with naturally aspirated ...

Pro2 - Natural Gas

by Pro2 Anlagentechnik GmbH     based in Willich, GERMANY

Natural gas has the lowest CO2 emission value of all fossil fuels. With its well-developed supply system, this natural resource has an enormous potential to increase efficiency in the energy sector. Highly profitable energy generation with Pro2 natural gas CHP plants gives you independence from the power grid. Thanks to Pro2's advanced co-/and ...

Cleanergy - Model C9G - Landfill - Power Production Instead of Flaring

by CLEANERGY AB     based in Göteborg, SWEDEN

Cleanergy’s C9G Landfill offers a unique CHP solution for both operational landfills with high extraction of methane gas and covered landfills with low methane content. For landfills with high levels of contaminating siloxanes or low levels of methane gas, the challenge has previously been to utilize this energy source. Existing power ...

Model Landfill - Gas Gensets

by GGE Power Pvt. Ltd.     based in New Delhi, INDIA

Years ago, biogas, developing on landfill sites as a result of the organic matter’s anaerobic fermentation was extracted by means of a suction system and burnt in flares. Since then , the extraction process has been improved and biogas is now used, once treated, as fuel in GUASCOR cogeneration modules in order to produce electricity and ...

Pro2 - Landfill Gas

by Pro2 Anlagentechnik GmbH     based in Willich, GERMANY

The safe collection and disposal of landfill gas is a sensitive topic. Released uncontrolled, it represents a health hazard and a danger to the climate and environment. Used wisely, the fuel can be converted into an energy resource. Approximately 150-250m³ of landfill gas is created per ton of decomposed domestic waste. This is chiefly ...

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