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Our containerised Combined Heat and Power (CHP) power plant houses the MWM gas engine and is manufactured in-house at our production facility in Lisburn, Northern Ireland. The containerised unit is built to strict high-quality standards and accommodates ambient and heat temperatures, noise attenuation and adhere to site-specific requirements.
Due to its compact design and accessibility for service and maintenance, our containerised power plant offers a smart and efficient ‘plug and play’ approach, designed to expedite site installations and plant availability.
We can meet the needs of our customers and provide a containerised CHP power plant solution that can accommodate both internal (within an existing building) and external installations.
Our flexible containerised gas engine is designed to accommodate restrictions in size and space for internal installation within an existing building. Furthermore, because our containerised CHP power plant is manufactured in-house, reduces installation time on-site and costs.
Once the containerised gas engine is delivered to site, the roof skid, which includes radiators, silencers, and the exhaust gas heat exchangers as well as the plate heat exchangers, are mounted and installed to the container. The containerised CHP power plant is then connected to the sites gas supply, electrical connections and the BMS control system, and is now capable of producing power.
Due to its modular design and plug and play approach, our containerised solution can be rapidly disassembled and redeployed, offering low risk and is an attractive proposition for asset funders.