GE technology facilitates green power in Ireland

Irish utility, Bord na Mona has signed up Clarke Energy to deliver a landfill gas power plant at the Drehid Landfill site in Ireland.

The project will utilise landfill gas produced from the decomposition of waste in the landfill site to produce 5.6 MW of renewable electricity, enough to power 14,000 homes.
Jenbacher 420
The project will utilise four of GE Power & Water’s containerised Jenbacher 420 gas engines each rated at 1.4 MW electrical output to deliver 5.6 MW of renewable power.

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