Dana Engineering to supply gas engines

Posted on 11 Nov 2017 and read 248 times
Dana Engineering to supply gas engines General Electric has confirmed that Dana Engineering (www.dana.com.my) — its ‘channel partner’ for Jenbacher gas engines — will provide six Jenbacher Type 4 gas engines to Malaysia’s Concord Green Energy Sdn Bhd (CGE); they will be used to generate electricity from palm oil mill effluent (POME) discharged by Federal Land Development Authority (FELDA) mills.

This waste-to-energy project will generate 5.6MW of power from the effluent of four FELDA mills.

POME is high in organic content, making it a good basis for the production of biogas — a mixture of methane and carbon dioxide — which is then fed into the Jenbacher engines to generate power.

Rudolf Aritonang, sales leader at GE Distributed Power, said: “GE has more than 4,000 gas engines already operating in biogas applications world-wide, and it is deploying 300MW in the ASEAN region.

"In biogas, our Type 4 fleet has an average of more than 98% reliability, ensuring that our end users can produce power and feed back to the grid from this renewable source.”

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