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Diesel-engine generators

by SAUER COMPRESSORS     based in Stevensville, MARYLAND (USA)

Diesel-engine generators (also known as gen-sets) consist of a diesel engine and a generator. Given that they provide an independent means of generating electricity, they are a popular choice at production sites in remote areas or as emergency power supplies for major banks, hospitals, airports and even entire towns or cities. Indeed, a number of ...

Model CSP - Concentrating Solar Power Technology

by Abengoa     based in Palmas Altas, SPAIN

Solar-thermal technology allows electricity to be generated in a manageable way while also offering huge possibilities for cost reductions in the near future.

GEs Jenbacher - Model J920 - Gas Engine

by GE Power & Water - Distributed Power, Jenbacher Gas Engines     based in Jenbach, AUSTRIA

Introducing the J920, an innovative leap forward in gas engine technology. GE proudly announces the J920 Jenbacher 9.5 MW system for large gas engine power generation plants. Whether you’re seeking full power at high efficiency levels or a unit capable of short start-up times, GE’s J920 gas engine is an ideal, reliable solution for ...

Craftengine Electricity Production

by Viking Development Group     based in Kristiansand, NORWAY

Viking Heat Engines AS presents CraftEngine, an engine that can convert heat from renewable low-temperature heat sources into electricity. The first CraftEngine prototype has already been tested (August 2011 – January 2012) with great success, and both the technical and commercial viabilities of the project have been proven. A CraftEngine ...

Gas-turbine power plants

by SAUER COMPRESSORS     based in Stevensville, MARYLAND (USA)

In gas-turbine power plants, flammable gases are used to drive turbines. These turbines are in turn connected to generators which actually produce the electricity. In gas and steam combination power plants, the heat generated by the gas turbines is also used to produce steam for the steam turbines. Small gas power plants (socalled combined heat ...

Steam power plants

by SAUER COMPRESSORS     based in Stevensville, MARYLAND (USA)

In steam power plants, the thermal energy contained in water vapour is used to power a steam turbine which in turn drives the generator. In the process, conventional fuels such as oil, natural gas, hard coal or brown coal are used to fire the steam boiler. In coal-fired power plants, coal is the only fuel used, whereas waste incineration ...

Green Electricity

by Bullfrog Power Inc.     based in Vancouver, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

Our primary methods of electricity generation are harming the environment. Fossil fuel-based power generating facilities—that use coal, oil or gas—are a leading source of carbon dioxide, the primary greenhouse gas linked to climate change. Fossil fuel-based electricity production is also a major source of pollutants, including nitrogen ...

ANDRITZ - Capabilities for Power Generation

by ANDRITZ AG     based in Graz, AUSTRIA

The challengeThe major challenges facing energy producers today are to effectively utilize renewable fuel sources and to meet ever-tightening environmental regulations in a profitable manner.The solution ANDRITZ offers technologies for producing steam and electricity from renewable fuels as well as the efficient use of traditional fossil fuels ...

Multi-Phase Flow Measurement Equipment

by Thermochem, Inc.     based in Santa Rosa, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Instrumentation for the Injection and Measurement of Vapor and Liquid-Phase Tracers for Multi-Phase Flow Measurement, based on Thermochem Tracer Flow Testing (TFT)Technologies: Continuous High-Precision Gas and Liquid Tracer Metering Systems with Direct Mass Flow Measurement of Concentrated Tracer Streams. Chemical Tracers for Gas, Oil, ...

Solar Thermal Add-Ons/Combined Systems

by Sustainable Heat & Power Europe GmbH     based in Grabow, GERMANY

The principle of solar thermal add-ons combines a solar thermal collector field with an already-existing conventional power plant. The fuel of the power plant could also be provided by another renewable energy source (like biomass) or even nuclear, but the highest potential for these applications exists in installations using fossil fuels such as ...

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