As an energy engineering company, AESC has strong professional interest and broad experience in the evaluation and application of distributed generating technologies for various energy market segments. Distributed generation, the application of relatively small power plants near or at load centers, is generating competition among energy suppliers and regulated power delivery service providers. Advancements in conventional small generators (i.e. reciprocating gensets, gas turbines) and new technologies (i.e. micro-turbines and fuel cells) are proving to be more efficient, cleaner, and easier to site than larger centralized power plants.Distributed generation, therefore, has the potential to reduce power delivery costs, open new energy service markets, improve electric service reliability, and decrease environmental impacts from power generation.
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