MT Onsite Energy is presenting a scale model of its Series 400 continuous power cogeneration system in booth 1054 at the Renewable Energy World Conference and Expo, which is co-located with POWER-GEN International.
The Series 400 combined heat and power (CHP) system produces 128 to 358 kWe and generates combined electricity and heat from natural gas, biogas, landfill gas or sewage gas. It can be used for applications such as farming operations, municipal buildings, hospitals, university campuses and manufacturing facilities.
According to MTU, the company’s systems have multiple benefits compared to purchased electricity, including glower life cycle costs and emissions, 90 percent total efficiency, reliable standby power in case of a utility outage and reduction of CO2 emissions by up to 50 percent.
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