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.
The Funkerberg cogeneration power plant uses two MWM TCG 2020 V12 gas engines to produce heat and electricity for the connected households. Henceforth, previously unused exhaust heat is to be fed in via the cogeneration power plant and distributed to the city area via a supply route.
TEDOM installed a packaged TCG 3016 V12 as part of a modernization program of the district heating system in the city of Brandýs nad Labem-Stará Boleslav, Czech Republic.
In 2021, the Rúbanisko II power plant went live in Lučenec, Slovakia, supplying heat and electricity to the local population. Since then, the TCG 3016 V16 has generated more than 10,000 MWh of power.
In early 2023, an MWM TCG 3020 V16 gas engine was installed for the Nigerian plastics manufacturer Panar Group of Companies. Together with an MWM TCG 2020 V12 K1 gas engine, the new engine generates energy for the company’s production processes.
MWM Benelux B.V. has installed a new cogeneration plant with eight MWM TCG 2020 V12 gas engines for producer Wonderplant to ensure optimal management of tomato cultivation following the expansion of its greenhouses.
In the new cogeneration power plant in Alfhausen, Germany, two MWM TCG 3020 V20 gas engines are to produce heat and power for the people who live there. The heat is to be delivered to the connected homes via a district heat network set up especially for this purpose.
MWM distributor Edina has installed its third combined heat and power plant for the University of York. The MWM TCG 3020 V20, which sits in an unusual container, generates power for the campus and the university buildings.
The CHP plant for the Polish mushroom producer Hajduk Group Sp. z o.o., which is powered by an MWM TCG 2020 V16 gas engine, supplies the production facilities with energy, heat, cold, and steam.
In December 2021, the Likeng wastewater treatment plant—currently China’s largest environmental protection project for the processing of waste—went live. The plant is operated with three MWM TCG 2020 V20 gas engines that deliver an output of 2,000 kW each.
With the cogeneration power plants driven by MWM gas engines, the Tychy Aquapark in Poland generates heat and power for the operation and heating of the swimming pool.