Microturbines


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Microturbines

Small rotary engines, usually fueled by natural gas, that provide onsite electricity generation.
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Our recently revamped FPP now provides our customers with many standard options, for up to 20 years, to develop their own unique service plan, therefore enabling them to see a return on their investment in a Capstone microturbine for many, many years, added Mr.
The Nasdaq-listed firm, the world's leading clean technology manufacturer of microturbine energy systems, implemented the EPR back in 2015 to reduce material costs associated with the company's expanding aftermarket service business.
Capstone microturbines have become the preferred choice for our customers because they want the high reliability and low emission benefits of our products, said Sam Henry, President of Horizon Power Systems.
The conditioned digester gas will then be used to fuel the microturbines which will generate heat and electricity to meet the plant's baseload demands.
Capstone Turbine Corporation, the world's leading microturbine manufacturer, today reported that a 14-story high rise in Shanghai is the first in China's largest city to use one of the company's C200 microturbine energy systems.
The CHP system contains four microturbines, each rated at 60 kW of electrical power at a 59[degrees]F (15[degrees]C) sea-level condition.
The city of Burbank, California, installed microturbines at its landfill site that are fueled by naturally occurring landfill gases.
DesignLine hybrid buses equipped with Capstone MicroTurbines have been operating in various parts of the world for approximately ten years, starting in New Zealand, DesignLines' home, and more recently in Charlotte, N.C., where DesignLine has built a new manufacturing facility to produce the ECOSaver buses.
While regulations exist for microturbine systems used in manufacturing buildings, no major US city has regulated the safe use and installation of microturbines in residential and commercial buildings until now.
Microturbines have been commercially available for almost 20 years.
Capstone Turbine Corporation and FuelCell Energy recently announced the debut of a fuel cell/microturbine hybrid energy system that uses heat from a FuelCell Energy 250-kilowatt Direct FuelCell to power a modified Capstone 60-kilowatt MicroTurbine.
Depending on the manufacturer, microturbines can generate 25 to 75 kilowatts.
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