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Electricity from Gas-Powered Generators

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

Through on-going investment in research and development GE Jenbacher gas engines remain market leaders in the gas engine field. The engines are highly efficient at the conversion of the energy within gas into useful electrical power.

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.

Remote Combined Heat and Power Generation

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

In those areas not serviced by a main electricity grid, locally generated electricity is ideally suited as a cost-effective way of meeting the local electricity demand while reducing significant network installation or upgrade costs. Through supply of energy directly at the load, it is also possible to reduce or avoid altogether the transport and ...

Cogeneration / Combined Heat & Power Systems

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

Cogeneration or combined heat and power (CHP) systems are configured to produce both electricity and useful heat. GE Jenbacher CHP systems utilise heat produced during the combustion of the gas in the engine and can facilitate process efficiencies of more than 90%. Cogeneration is an efficient form of energy conversion achieving primary energy ...

Trigeneration – Combined Heat, Power & Cooling (CHPC)

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

Tri-generation or combined heat, power and cooling (CHPC), is the process by which some of the heat produced by a cogeneration plant is used to generate chilled water for air conditioning or refrigeration. An absorption chiller is linked to the combined heat and power (CHP) to provide this functionality.

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 ...

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