MWM gas engines of the TCG 2020 series are suitable for all natural gas and biogas applications in countries with 50 Hz networks. With an output range from 1000 to 2000 kWel, they are characterized by efficiency, reliability, flexibility and environmental friendliness.
As the power and efficiency of internal combustion engines increases, so does the thermal loading on its components and parts. The main challenge for the coolant here is to remove the excessive heat from engine parts and to continue effectively use this heat for the own needs of the enterprise.
The "Sayuri" permafrost greenhouse complex produces fruits and vegetables for the inhabitants of Yakutsk in Russia all year round, despite extreme temperatures. Two Cat G3516 gensets and an MWM TCG 2020 V20 gas engine with an electrical output of 2000 kW ensure the power supply of the greenhouse.
German Mechanical Engineering Industry Association (VDMA) has initiated a campaign known as "Emission0 – on the way to 2050" in order to raise awareness about the potential of the internal combustion engine to reform green energy.
MWM Remote Asset Monitoring (RAM) is an online application that allows to continuously monitor the condition of MWM CHP plant from any location worldwide and provides site data for you to analyze the performance of the plant.