Opra delivers gas turbine order to Germany

Gas turbine power solutions provider OPRA Turbines B.V. has announced the company will supply an OP16 gas turbine powered genset which will operate in CHP (combined heat and power) mode to Crespel & Deiters, a leading German wheat starch producer with focus on the corrugated-board and paper industries.

Keen to meet the German air regulations requirements with some margin in addition to the need for continuous and reliable heat and power, Crespel & Deiters chose an OP16 genset to replace an existing system. The OP16 genset will provide power for their factory in Ibbenbüren, Germany and the exhaust heat will be utilized for direct drying for the starch production.

'The clean, high temperature exhaust of the OP16 is ideal for industrial CHP applications. The market for low emissions gas turbines in the 2MW range has proven to be significant.' Said Fredrik Mowill (CEO, OPRA Turbines)

OPRA has delivered to customers operating in CHP mode to oil and gas as well as industrial customers including Fuji Film, Krasnaya Polyana Olympic ski resort, Severnefte-Gazprom, and TNK-BP.

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