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5.7 MWe Combined Heat and Power Plant - Coke Oven Gas in Chemical Manufacturing - Case Study

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OWNER
Jinneng Coal Gasification Chemical Co., Ltd.

LOCATION
Shandong Province, Peoples Republic of China

PRODUCT
Taurus 60 Gas Turbine

CUSTOMER VALUE
Sustainable Power for China Coking Industry

Jinneng is an integrated chemical enterprise focusing on the production and sales of coal derivative chemicals and refined chemical products. One of the company's main products is coke, which is primarily used in steel mills. Coke oven gas (COG) is a byproduct of the coking process, in which coal is heated in the absence of air to drive off the volatile compounds. COG is a high hydrogen and medium heating value wastegas containing significant dust and corrrosive pollutants. Solar offered a gas turbine combined heat and power (CHP) solution. The waste product is captured, treated and usedasfuelforthe Taurus™ 60 gas turbine, which produces both electricity and useful thermal energy, while also reducing local air pollution.

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