MWM has rolled out projects of all sizes around the globe, installing small biogas gensets as well as power plants with an output of more than 50 MWel from India to China to Australia.
The CHP plant of the energy company PGNiG TERMIKA Energetyka Przemysłowa S.A. next to the “Pniów coal mine in Poland, which is being modernized with two TCG 2032 V16 gas engines, in the future will produce heat and power from methane.
In the context of a modernization project, the Central Landfill Emscherbruch (Zentraldeponie Emscherbruch; ZDE) in Gelsenkirchen in the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region has been equipped with three new MWM TCG 3016 V12 gas engines.
By replacing the engines of its biogas plant locations with eight containerized MWM cogeneration power plants and MWM TCG 3016 gas engines, the agricultural company Gebrüder Nooren GbR has doubled the installed electrical output of the existing plants.
BG Biogas Service GmbH operates a biogas plant in the Alb-Danube region in both Langenau and Seligweiler, each with a cogeneration power plant and a satellite cogeneration power plant.
The heat-controlled cogeneration power plant supplies heat energy and power for Dräger and heat energy for various service providers on the premises.
The new cogeneration power plant working of the biogas plant in Oberspiesheim in the Nuremberg metropolitan area is equipped with an MWM TCG 2020 V12 gas engine and is working in flexible operation.
The pellet plant’s control energy power plant, which runs with three MWM TCG 2032B V16 gas engines, is considered to be an outstanding example of eco-friendly, distributed energy generation.
Modernization to Ensure Stability of Supply: Engine replacement with four modern MWM gas engines with a total output of 8,000 kW.
The Munich City Utilities (Stadtwerke München Services GmbH) opted for the MWM TCG 2020 V16 genset, a gas engine type that delivers more efficiency, reduced emissions, improved profitability, and longer maintenance intervals.
With its cogeneration plant equipped with the powerful MWM TCG 2032 V12 genset, Bausch + Lomb covers 65 percent of its electricity needs and 91 percent of its heat needs and cuts annual operating costs by up to €1 Million.