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 and China to Australia.
Wernigerode’s municipal utility has commissioned its new energy station, whose core comprises two natural gas-fired cogeneration power plants, each of which is equipped with a powerful MWM TCG 2020 V12 gas engine.
A cogeneration power plant with a high-performance MWM TCG 2020 V12 genset supplies Andechser Molkerei with power, heat, cold, and steam, saving some 30 per cent of primary energy and more than 1.6 million kilograms of CO2 a year.
A MWM TCG 3016 V16 gas engine with an electrical output of 800 kWel was installed in the Ankara Çankaya Hospital in the Turkish capital.
İltekno installed a MWM TCG 2020 V12 gas engine with an electrical output of 1,000 kWel on the roof of the Memorial Bahçelievler Hospital in just 36 hours.
In March 2020, MWM Spain received an order for the operation and maintenance of 10 MWM TCG 2032 V16 gas engines in Spain. The gas gensets support the utility provider Iberdrola’s goal of eventually becoming carbon-neutral.
MWM distributor Edina has rolled out a flexible distributed power generation project for the energy provider Conrad Energy in the UK. The new gas power plant, which runs with 10 MWM TCG 2020 V20 gas engines, is used to secure the power supply in the event of fluctuations in the national power grid.
Despite the extreme outdoor temperatures, the Sayuri greenhouse facilities in Siberia serve the year-round production of fruits and vegetables for the inhabitants of Yakutsk, Russia. An MWM TCG 2020 V20 gas engine, which bears the main load, and two Cat G3516 power gensets ensure the ongoing secure power supply of the greenhouse complex.
Lake Kivu in Rwanda provides ideal conditions for an unusual energy project. Using the methane from the lake, the 19 MWM TCG 2032B V16 gas engines of the newly built plant will be able to produce energy and supply the central African country with heat and power for around 50 years.
The CHP plant of the energy company PGNiG TERMIKA Energetyka Przemysłowa S.A. next to the “Pniów coal mine in Poland, which is being modernized with two TCG 2032 V16 gas engines, in the future will produce heat and power from methane.
In the context of a modernization project, the Central Landfill Emscherbruch (Zentraldeponie Emscherbruch; ZDE) in Gelsenkirchen in the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region has been equipped with three new MWM TCG 3016 V12 gas engines.