2G CENERGY Power Systems Technologies Inc. announced it will be supplying modules for two cogeneration projects in North America.
2G will provide a modular 2G biogas cogeneration system for the 8.4-MW Gemini Synergy Center Sustainable Industrial Park in Grove City, Ohio, which is being built for the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio by Team Gemini LLC. The center will be the largest waste-to-energy and materials recovery facility of its kind, according to a statement from 2G.
The facility will consist of a waste receiving facility and a waste stream recovery plant including anaerobic digesters, which has been named the Center for Resource Recovery and Recycling (COR3). 2G will provide a biogas cogeneration system consisting of three fully integrated 2G avus series CHP modules that comes with NOx and CO emissions control technology. Delivery of phase one is expected in late 2014, with phase 2 following in 2015.
The company will also provide a 2G avus 800 natural gas cogeneration module for a CHP cogeneration power plant that will be installed at FORMET Industries in Ontario. FORMET is a subsidiary of MAGNA International. According to 2G, MAGNA decided to use a modular “all-in-one” design instead of a conventional site-build process to save costs and reduce technical risks.
2G CENERGY is a U.S. corporation belonging to German-based 2G Energy AG Group.
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