waste to energy Equipment in Mozambique

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GE - Exhaust Gas Heat Exchangers (EGHE)

by Clarke Energy     Office in KwaZulu-Natal, MOZAMBIQUE

Exhaust gas heat exchangers (EGHE) utilise waste heat from the exhaust of the GE's Jenbacher gas enginecogeneration plant. They are typica

Waste Exhaust Heat Boilers

by Clarke Energy     Office in KwaZulu-Natal, MOZAMBIQUE

Approximately 25% of the usable energy of the fuel gas is released in the exhaust of the gas engine. This heat exits the engine at ~450oC as ‘high grade heat’, contrasting to ‘low-grade heat’ available from the generator cooling circuits. This high temperature and flow makes it well suited for utilisation in a waste heat ...

Absorption Chillers

by Clarke Energy     Office in KwaZulu-Natal, MOZAMBIQUE

Absorption chillers produce chilled water by heating two different substances that are in thermal equilibrium to separation, then reuniting them through heat removal. An example of two substances that may be used for this process is water and lithium bromide.

Distillery Waste Biogas

by Clarke Energy     Office in KwaZulu-Natal, MOZAMBIQUE

Alcohol for human consumption as alcoholic spirits and for industrial purposes is typically created via the distillation of weaker, biologically produced alcohols. Biologically produces alcohols derive from fermented mash of starchy plant matter such as grain, wheat, rye, rice, maize, molasses & potatoes.

Biogas from Food Waste Cogeneration / CHP

by Clarke Energy     Office in KwaZulu-Natal, MOZAMBIQUE

Disposal and treatment of biological waste represent a major challenge for the waste industry. For a wide range of organic substances from agriculture, foodstuff of feed industries, anaerobic digestion is a superior alternative to composting. Biogas – a mixture of both methane and carbon dioxide – is created during anaerobic digestion ...

Model MBT-AD - Mechanical Biological Treatment with Anaerobic Digestion

by Clarke Energy     Office in KwaZulu-Natal, MOZAMBIQUE

Disposal and treatment of biological waste represent a major challenge for the waste industry. For a wide range of organic substances from agriculture, foodstuff of feed industries, anaerobic fermentation is a superior alternative to composting. Biogas – a mixture of methane and carbon dioxide – is created during anaerobic digestion ...

Landfill Gas

by Clarke Energy     Office in KwaZulu-Natal, MOZAMBIQUE

Landfill gas is created during the anaerobic decomposition of organic substances in municipal solid waste (MSW) and commercial and industrial (C&I) wastes. Depending upon the landfill design and its management, as well as waste composition, compaction, moisture and several other factors, thousands of landfills are available worldwide to ...

Agricultural Biogas & Cogeneration / CHP

by Clarke Energy     Office in KwaZulu-Natal, MOZAMBIQUE

Agricultural biogas plants utilise organic materials found on farms to generate biogas, a renewable fuel source and in turn renewable power through cogeneration / combined heat & power. The plant may be designed to accept energy crops that have been grown specifically to input into the digestion facility or agricultural wastes. These crops are ...

Sewage Gas Cogeneration / Combined Heat & Power

by Clarke Energy     Office in KwaZulu-Natal, MOZAMBIQUE

Wastewater professionals once accepted the high costs of operating wastewater treatment facilities as a consequence of meeting their discharge permit requirements. As the cost of energy rises and emphasis on renewable energy increases, local authorities and municipalities are seeking solutions that save money and meet renewable requirements. GE ...

Steel Production Gas & Cogeneration / Combined Heat & Power

by Clarke Energy     Office in KwaZulu-Natal, MOZAMBIQUE

High levels of power requirement and rising energy costs represent a major challenge for the steel industry. Gases created as a ‘free’ by-product during steel production processes serve as an attractive energy source option for efficient power generation. In addition to the economic benefit, using these gases as engine fuel reduced ...

GE Jenbacher - Diesel Genset

by Clarke Energy     Office in KwaZulu-Natal, MOZAMBIQUE

A GE's Jenbacher genset is configured to produce electrical power only, which the Jenbacher unit does at high efficiency. When a unit is in a genset configuration the engine, alternator and other supporting items are located on a skid. Waste heat from the engine would be dissipated in the exhaust gas and via an engine cooling circuit ...

Syngas Cogeneration / Combined Heat & Power

by Clarke Energy     Office in KwaZulu-Natal, MOZAMBIQUE

Syngas, also known as synthesis gas, synthetic gas or producer gas, can be produced from a variety of different materials that contain carbon. These can include biomass (wood gas), plastics, coal, municipal waste or similar materials. Historically town gas was used to provide a gas supply to many residences in Europe and other industrialised ...

Remote Combined Heat and Power Generation

by Clarke Energy     Office in KwaZulu-Natal, MOZAMBIQUE

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 with a captive power plant, it is also possible to reduce or ...

GE - Model APG - Associated Petroleum Gas / Flare Gas

by Clarke Energy     Office in KwaZulu-Natal, MOZAMBIQUE

Associated petroleum gas (APG) is also known as flare gas. APG can be converted to power at high efficiency utilising GE Energy’s Jenbacher gas engine. This power can be used for the provision of electricity and heating on-site whilst eliminating the cost of diesel deliveries to remote areas. The utilisation of APG as a fuel for a generator ...

CL.AIR - Exhaust After-Treatment System

by Clarke Energy     Office in KwaZulu-Natal, MOZAMBIQUE

The CL.AIR Exhaust After-Treatment System for GE’s Jenbacher gas engines is a thermal regenerative post-combustion system for engine exhaust gases. Since no catalytic reactions take place during the thermal treatment of the exhaust, as it is insensitive to impurities in the fuel gas, the CL.AIR system is particularly suitable for use with ...

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