Dräger is a globally leading enterprise that delivers technology for life. Recently, the Lübeck-based company has come even more to the fore with its medical technology products and services. During the coronavirus pandemic, there was a great demand especially for the ventilators produced by Dräger. The new MWM gas generator set – which boasts best-in-class electrical and thermal efficiency – went live in early June 2020 on the Moislinger Allee premises and continues to ensure hassle-free power and heat supply at Dräger.
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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. In recognition of its high energy efficiency and flexibility, "Energie & Management" designated the cogeneration power plant as "Cogeneration Power Plant of the Month" of March.
The new cogeneration power plant of the biogas plant in Oberspiesheim in the Nuremberg metropolitan area is equipped with an MWM TCG 2020 V12 gas engine. The plant with flexible operation covers about 60 percent of the total annual heat demand of the neighboring nursery.
The latest MWM TCG 3016 gas genset runs as a field-test plant in Bad Oldesloe. The cogeneration power plant with the electrical output of 800 kW and the thermal output of 826 kW reaches an overall efficiency of 88.1%.
The biogas plant runs on a 50/50 mix of cattle manure from the farm's dairy cows and corn grown on the fields. In addition to the TCG 3016, a smaller MWM genset with an output of 400 kWel is installed.
Reference Case Energieversorgung Nordhausen GmbH
Modernization to Ensure Stability of Supply: Engine replacement with four modern MWM gas engines with a total output of 8,000 kW. For the four new MWM TCG 2020 V20 engines, a comprehensive maintenance agreement has been concluded with the MWM service center in Erfurt. In this way, MWM engineers and EVN ensure the reliable and hassle-free operation of Nordhausen’s power and heat supply.
Reference Case Bausch + Lomb Waterford, Ireland
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.
Reference Case Messe München GmbH
The Munich City Utilities opted for the MWM TCG 2020 V16 genset, an engine type that delivers more efficiency, reduced emissions, improved profitability, and longer maintenance intervals. The modernized cogeneration power plant yields 1.5 MW of electrical energy and more than 1.6 MW of heat energy and enables carbon savings of about 630 t/year thanks to the efficient engine technology.
Reference Case Löberitz BIOgasfarm Project
Since it was installed, the biogas plant at Löberitz has also served as a test plant for the process technology used by MWM. Components are tested under real conditions and measurements taken.
Reference Case "Der Grashof" nursery
This document describes on two pages a MWM reference of biogas and greenhouse, as well, in Kirchlinteln (Lower Saxony/Germany). One generator sets of the range TCG 2016 has been applied in this application.
Reference Case Danpower
The Biogas Park Altmark was a flagship energy project in the predominantly agricultural region of Saxony-Anhalt when the ten plants were commissioned in the years 2006 and 2007.
Reference Case Greenhouse Kwekerij Darolin
David and Rochus van Tuyl bring flowers to bloom with the help of cogeneration.
Reference Case Greenhouse M. en R. van der Knaap B.V.
Martin van der Knaap talks about how he achieves higher margins with the help of energy and cost-efficient combined heat and power plants (CHP).
Reference Case Greenhouse Ronald Bunnik Bromelia’s
Ronald Bunnik reports on his experiences with systems solutions for cogeneration with MWM.
Reference Case Cogeneration Power Plant in the Sredneuralsky Copper Smelter in Russia
The installation of the CHP plant with the five MWM TCG 2032 V16 series gas engines is a pilot project for independent power production (IPP) in the Ural region. This MWM reference case illustrates the CHP plant's special capabilities and introduces the system's many innovative features.
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