Drägerwerk AG & Co. KGaA, Lübeck/Germany

The new MWM engine at Dräger will produce around 1 MW of electricity per hour.

Photo: Stadtwerke Lübeck/Germany

Facts & Figures

Genset / gas engine: 1 x TCG 2020 V12 (1 MW genset)
Segment / gas type: Natural gas
Customer: WUN Pellets GmbH, Germany
Location: Drägerwerk AG & Co. KGaA, Germany
Total output: 999 kWel + 1,272 kWth
Commissioning: 2007, engine replacement April 2020

The heat-controlled cogeneration power plant supplies heat energy and power for Dräger and heat energy for various service providers on the premises. All of the generated heat is used for heating the workplaces in the factory halls and offices, and almost all of the 1 MWh of power (per hour) that will henceforth be produced will be used locally and will not be fed into the local power grid. "In this way, we are able to cut Dräger's power costs, as self-generated power is not subject to additional levies", explains Björn Verwold, account manager at Stadtwerke Lübeck.

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