Order booked for $5.5 million cogeneration power plant

2G-Cenergy received a $5.5 million order for a 1.6 MWh cogeneration plant to be installed at Simonds Intl. in Fitchburg, Mass. The cogeneration facility will supply electricity and thermal energy.

The plant is an integrated, containerized package and will be supplied as an "all-in-one” and “connection-ready” module.

The 2G natural gas-based cogeneration system to be installed is rated 1,600 kWh consisting of three 600 kWh 2G avus series CHP modules with MWM engines. The plant is expected to produce enough electricity to operate the entire manufacturing plant. The annual output is 13,280 MWh and 62.5 billion
BTU’s of thermal energy. The CHP cogeneration system does not require any civil construction or site engineering. 

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