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.
The plant has a thermal output of 3.5 million kWh per year, so it covers more than 40 % of our heating needs. The MWM TCG 2016 V12 C gas engine is unbeatable when it comes to system and operating efficiency.
The Melbourne Water Corporation is responsible for the wastewater handling and treatment for the city of 3.7 million inhabitants. Seven gas gensets convert natural gas and sewage gas to energy, each generating 1.4 MW at a temperature of 35°C.
The 50-acre landfill in Ämmässuo, Finland, uses the landfill gas resulting from the fermentation of waste in four TCG 2032 V16 units. This is the first landfill gas plant with engines of the TCG 2032 series.
DLF had been looking for custom-tailored energy solutions for five different buildings. The answer was the use of coolant heat for the generation of heating water and the use of the exhaust gas heat in absorption refrigerators for cooling.
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.
Eight gensets supply a steel factory with power. Due to the plant's special load response requirements, the plant was equipped with an exhaust gas waste gate and a by-pass in order to enable customer-specific load response.
The CHP plant supplies the greenhouse, not only with power and heat, but also with exhaust gas to promote tomato growth. Moreover, MWM manufactured a special noise insulation hood in order to comply with the strict noise protection standards.
By order of DELTA Energy B.V., the Dutch location of MWM set up one of Europe's largest gas engine plants, which supplies a 126-acre greenhouse array in Zeeland, Netherlands, with heat and electricity.
Jastrzębie S.A. has been operating a trigeneration plant with three mine gas-fueled engines since 1999. This reference project of SFW Energia, Gliwice, is unique in that the mine gas is used to cover the own power needs and for the underground air-conditi
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.
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%.
In 2010, MWM shipped 15 TCG 2032 V16 gensets to Precision Energy in Bangladesh within three months. The plant generates a constant total output of 60 MWel. All of the generated electricity is fed into the public grid.
The Helder oil drilling rig gets its power from two TBG 620 V16 units plus a new TCG 2020 V20. Together, the gensets generate an output of 4.65 MWel. The generated heat is used for heating and providing hot water on the rig.
The FG Wilson rig hosts two TBG 620 V20 units and a later installed TCG 2020 V20 unit (isolated operation) that cover the rig's energy needs. The three gensets have a combined electrical output of 3.5 MWel.
Every year, the leading Italian coking plant Italiana Coke SPA produces about 500,000 tons of coke. Due to the fine experience made with MWM gensets, four old engines were replaced with four new TCG 2032 V16 units.