gas engine cogeneration Articles
VIYELLATEX improves factory efficiency thanks to cogeneration with gas engines
VIYELLATEX Limited is the composite knit apparel and textile manufacturing business unit of VIYELLATEX group. It started its operations in 1996. The company is comprised of design and product development, sample, knitting, washing, cutting, sewing and finishing sections. The Textile Testing Corporation (Testing Lab) is also a part of VIYELLATEX. It caters to major buyers such as Puma, S.Oliver, ...
Major 60,000 Hour Engine Overhaul Completed at Nejma Huile, Tunisia - Case Study
Slama Frères parent company of the SLAMA Group is a specialist in the refining and conditioning of oils under the brand “Nejma”. The group was the first industrialist in Tunisia to opt for the cogeneration solution using Jenbacher gas engines, with production of electricity, heat recovery and an overall energy efficiency of >70%. A Jenbacher JMS 416 engine was commissioned ...
Sydney Water – 5 x sewage gas cogeneration sites - Case Study
Clarke Energy have been contracted by Worley Parsons on behalf of Sydney Water to design, supply and commission the GE Jenbacher cogeneration engine package, with exhaust gas heat recovery. The engines use the sewage gas produced by the on-site digesters to produce renewable power. In turn the heat generated by the engines through the combustion will go back to the digesters, increasing gas ...
Intelligent use of regenerative energies
Following increasing awareness of matters of environmental protection, the regenerative energy market is booming. Within this future-oriented market niche, the utilisation of biogas has been evolving as an intelligent method of ensuring ongoing energy supply. Converted into electrical energy and heat, biogas is used to fuel production facilities, and can replace natural gas as fuel for gas-driven ...
Harnessing biogas for energy savings
For Santa Cruz Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF), dependability matters. Since 1989, this state-of-the-art WWTF, nestled in a shallow canyon in the coastal city of Santa Cruz, Calif., has been leading the way for renewable energy programs and environmental protection in the West. Santa Cruz WWTF generates its own electric power by using internal combustion engines that burn a mixture of ...
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