The largest of the orders, a 2.6 MW project for a combined cooling heating and power (CCHP) plant, will be installed at the manufacturing facility of a plastic and aluminum closure systems company in northern Mexico. The exhaust from the microturbines will be used to produce both hot and chilled water for the CCHP system.
A 1 MW project will be installed at a pharmaceutical manufacturer located in Guadalajara. The microturbine there is “dual load,” so it will provide power even when the local grid goes down.
A customer in Mexico will add a 200 kW microturbine to its existing 600 kW microturbine CHP plant, while a ceramic tile and flooring manufacturer will install three 65 kW microturbines running on propane.
DTC expects to begin all of the projects over the next six months.
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