References

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.

Selected MWM references:

Biogas from Renewable Raw Materials

Bioenergie Hack Verwaltungsgesellschaft mbH, Wentorf

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.

Bioenergie Fargau GmbH & Co. KG, Fargau/Plön, Germany

The plant achieves power production of 3.7 million kWh and a thermal output of 3 million kWh per year. The utilization of thermal energy is practically 100%.

Biogas Park Altmark, Danpower Energy Service GmbH, Potsdam, Germany

Per year and plant, some 10,000 t of energy crops are used in the Biogas Park Altmark. These are supplied by farms from the region.

Der Grashof nurcery

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.

BIOgasfarm GmbH Projekt Löberitz, Germany

The biogas plant has an electrical output of 600 kW and is operated using farm slurry, farmyard manure and plant-derived biomass material in the form of maize silage.

Anderlingen-Ohrel, Germany

A container-hosted TCG 2016 V08C generates 3,200 MWh of power and 2,552 MWh of heat a year, which are used for the biogas plant.

CHP Plant, Kletkamp Farm, Germany

Nawaro Kletkamp GmbH & Co. KG uses a biogas CHP plant. Every day, about 20 tons of corn silage are used as input substance.

Biogas Plant Géotexia, France

The biogas plant in the Bretagne, France uses pork manure and industrial fats to produce around 700m³ of biogas per hour. The biogas is used in 2 containerized TCG 2016 V16 C.

Municipalities, Sewage Plants

Weinheim Wastewater Treatment Plant, Weinheim/Bergstrasse, Germany

In addition to the CHP plants, the Weinheim Wastewater Treatment Plant has over 5,000 m2 of photovoltaic panels installed on the roof tops of the buildings, yielding up to 560,000 kWh/year.

Mannheim Sewage Plant, Germany

The Mannheim Sewage Plant has added a container with a TCG 2020 V12 to its system portfolio. This new plant runs both on natural gas and on sewage gas.

Melbourne Water, Australia

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.

Landfills

Ämmässuo Landfill, Finland

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.

GaoAnTun Landfill, Beijing, China

The project at the GaoAnTun landfill started in 2007 with the installation of one TCG 2016 V12B unit with an output of 537 kWel.

Infrastructure Projects, Shopping Malls, Airports

Delhi Land Finance (DLF), India

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.

Munich Airport, Germany

Two TCG 2032 V16 units were added to the existing MWM engines. Using trigeneration, 7.44 MW of electricity, 8.7 MW of heat, and 5.3 MW of cold are produced and used to supply buildings and hangars.

Industrial Companies

Rahim Steel, Bangladesh

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.

GLOBALFOUNDRIES, Dresden, Germany

The energy supply center of the GLOBALFOUNDRIES chip factory in Dresden, Germany, opted for the MWM engines because of the high quality of the electricity produced by this system.

Greenhouses

Greenhouse Kwerkerij Darolin, Brakel, Netherlands

The nursery uses about half of the power that is generated, and the other half goes straight back to the grid.

Greenhouse Van der Knaap, Berkel en Rodenrijs, Netherlands

Van der Knaap opted for the best possible installation of the total energy systems. By paying ample attention to the casing, we’ve implemented an efficient, quiet and clean solution.

Roland Bunnik Bromelia´s, Pijnacker, Netherlands

Delivery to the mains network has only been possible in Pijnacker since 1 January 2009. That is also the reason why a CHP was not purchased earlier.

Looije Tomaten B. V., Netherlands

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.

Delta Energy B.V., Netherlands

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.

Coal Mines and Other Mines

Coal Mine Xishan, Shanxi, China

n 2008, MWM equipped the state coal mine in Taiyuan with a total of three TCG 2020 V20 gensets. The plant uses the coal mine gas for the generation of power.

Pniówek, Poland

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

Power Producers, IPP

Vereinigte Stadtwerke GmbH, Bad Oldesloe

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%.

Stadtwerke Lübeck, Germany

The Töpferweg bunker cogeneration power plant is part of the ”St. Lorenz“ district heat network, which also comprises two more cogeneration power plants.

Sredneuralsky Copper Smelter, Russia

The CHP plant in one of the largest copper smelters in Russia's Ural Mountains is being run with five high-performance MWM TCG 2032 V16 gas engines and is considered an innovative pilot project.

Precision Energy, Bangladesh

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.

Münster Public Utilities, Germany

The Münster Public Utilities had to renew their old emergency power generator. The CHP plant with a TCG 2032 V16 ensures the power and heat supply in the event of an outage.

Oil and Gas Industry, Drilling Rigs, Flare Gas

Power Plant Chevron – Helder, North Sea

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.

FG Wilson Bechtel, Miskar, Tunisia

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.

Steel and Chemical Industry, Syngas, Coking Gas

Italiana Coke, Italia

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.