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MPD Trade Ltd. is 100% private company.
MPD Trade, in cooperation with a Consortium for Cogeneration (Traco, Termoprojekt, Vihor), offers potential customers a wide range of products and services:
* Analysis of customer requirements
* Draft energy solutions
* Preparation of feasibility study
* Data collection
* Cost-effectiveness analysis
* Construction of power plants (turnkey solutions)
* Sales of cogeneration moduls (with or without containers)
* Delivery of spare parts
* Full service contract (preventive and corrective)
Combined production of electricity and heat (cooling) energy (cogeneration/trigeneration) is the most efficient way of energy costs reduction in industrial and energy plants.
A broad range of commercial, industrial, and municipal customers use Jenbacher products for on-site generation of power, heat, and cooling. Patented combustion systems, engine controls, and monitoring enable its power generation plants to meet stringent emission standards, while offering high levels of efficiency, durability, and reliability.
Flexible Solutions to Meet Your Power Generation Needs
Gas engines range in power from 0.25 to 4 MW and run on either natural gas or a variety of other gases (e.g., biogas, landfill gas, coal mine gas, sewage gas, combustible industrial waste gases) and site-specific special gases.
The natural gas
The natural gas segment of GE Energy's gas engine business includes the production and delivery of plants for decentralized energy supply based on natural gas as fuel. Since it is low in carbon, but has a high hydrogen content, natural gas has the most favourable carbon dioxide balance. The combustion of natural gas produces around 40 to 50 percent less carbon dioxide than when coal is burned to produce the same amount of energy.
The term "biogas" refers to gases created by the anaerobic fermentation of biological materials. Their main constituents are methane and carbon dioxide. Considerable quantities of biogas are produced by sludge digestion in the tanks of sewage treatment plants (sewage gas) and anaerobic fermentation of agricultural waste and organic residues in garbage tips (landfill gas). Since biomass is a source of energy with no net carbon dioxide emissions, its use as a fuel can help reduce the use of fossil fuels, thus helping to reduce the greenhouse effect.
Gases from the Steel Industry
Among the broad variety of special gas applications, two that stand out in terms of customer demand and GE expertise are coke gas and LD-converter gas created during the production process in steel factories.
When coal is mined underground, the released methane gas forms a highly explosive mixture when combined with air. The potential danger due to the diffuse emission of this mine gas and its main constituent methane is reduced by effectively using it for power generation. The gas can be used to replace conventional fuels, reducing methane emissions into the atmosphere.
Special gases are normally waste gases from industrial or gasification processes. Using them as fuels for combustion engines represents an important contribution to the protection of the environment by reducing the use of fossil fuels and the emission of harmful gases into the atmosphere. There is considerable potential for the disposal of industrial waste gases, hydrogen, wood pyrolysis gases and flare gas through gas engine power generation technology.
A Variety of Uses for Waste Heat
Growing ecological awareness, coupled with the knowledge that fossil sources of primary energy are limited, compels us to make more economical use of our existing sources of energy. Combined heat and power (CHP) plants generate electricity and heat locally where they are needed. They offer maximum efficiency in the conversion of energy and comply with the most stringent emissions standards.
Gas engines are ideally suited for cogeneration plants. With optimized electrical efficiency, our cogeneration plants provide optimal integration of all available kinds of heat from the engine.
Absorption equipment uses the waste heat from a CHP module as energy for cooling purposes.
The carbon dioxide from the exhaust of a gas engine can be used for the fertilization of greenhouses.
Hot Water Production
The waste heat from CHP plant operation can be used to base heat hot water.
The waste heat from CHP plants can be used to generate steam for industrial operations, hospitals and food processing operations.
The waste heat from gas engines can be used for drying processes, such as in the ceramics, brickworks and animal feed industries. It can also be used for slurry drying, resulting in a marketable fertilizer.
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