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ELECTRICITY FROM GAS-POWERED GENERATORS
Through on-going investment in research and development TEDOM gas engines remain market leaders in the gas engine field. The engines are highly efficient at the conversion of the energy within gas into useful electrical power. In the event that there is a local use for heat, the alternative combined heat and power configuration may be a more useful engine configuration.
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TYPES OF ELECTRICAL GENERATOR
Base-load generation is useful where there is a stable source of fuel, such as natural, landfill or coal gas to power the generators. TEDOM gas engines are renowned for their reliability in the field and when challenged with difficult gases. The generation of electricity alone typically takes place where there is no local need for heating and cooling. The power that is produced can either be exported to the local electricity grid, or alternatively be used in island mode operation to power local facilities.
Electrical peaking stations.
Electricity peaking stations, also called peak-lopping plants, are power plants designed to help balance the fluctuating power requirements of the electricity grid. Peaking stations typically operate in standby mode, then when there is a peak in demand for power from the electricity grid; the gas engines receive a signal to commence operation. Due to their flexibility and robustness they can provide a rapid response to fluctuating demand. They are then turned off as demand reduces. If you would like to find out more about the generation of electricity with gas engines, please contact your local or regional Energos office.
Back up power or standby diesel engine displacement.
Gas engines producing electricity can be used as a cleaner standby power source than diesel engines.
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An Energy District, in addition to generating electricity, can produce steam, hot water, or cold water, which is pumped through a network of insulated pipes to provide heating, cooling, or hot water to nearby buildings.