TIME FOR AN UPGRADE?
Would you like to increase the energy production from your biogas? Do you have a CHP unit that is about to undergo a major overhaul? Are your maintenance costs becoming too expensive? Are you considering optimising your biogas plant with the help of balancing energy or the flex premium?
All these considerations are aimed at increasing the economic efficiency of your plant through "re-powering". This is a red-hot topic, especially for farmers who have been operating their CHP plants for several years. Thanks to our many years of experience in the construction and servicing of CHP plants, we are able to follow the development of the market closely. The technology used in combined heat and power stations is constantly being developed further. The higher efficiencies that become available lead to better utilisation of the fuel gas used. This increases your profit! The current EEG [law of renewable energies] offers you, the plant operator, the opportunity to optimise your plant economically through re-powering or more flexibility.
Increase the efficiency of your plant! Secure the best possible output during the entire life cycle of your CHP unit!
REPOWERING: OUR SERVICES
- Plant modification
By modifying and upgrading we increase the output of your CHP. This includes more efficient aggregates of the new generation, new peripheral components and a modern control system.
- Plant expansion
We plan and project the expansion of your CHP plant on the basis of your individual key figures.
OPTIMISATION OF A BIOGAS PLANT
Efficiency increase for the Brunswick Wastewater Association: We have significantly increased the efficiency of an existing biogas plant in Hillerse by replacing the generator and peripherals. The plant got a new CES/MWM aggregate, type TCG 2016 V /12C, which achieves an electrical output of 600 kW.
UPGRADE FOR A CHP AT A CLINIC
The Dr. Fontheim Clinic in Liebenburg near Brunswick is a specialist clinic for psychiatry, psychotherapy and psychosomatics. It has 280 treatment spaces for adults and an affiliated psychiatric nursing home. The clinic uses a biogas CHP plant for its own power supply. In order to increase the efficiency of the existing CHP unit, the Pro2 team renewed the generator set and peripherals: The core is a CES/MWM genset type TCG 2016 V 12C, which today achieves an output of 600 kW.