GE’s Distributed Power business offers a wide variety of combined heat and power (CHP) systems using Jenbacher* gas engines up to 10 MW. The compact, modular design of our CHP systems creates a smaller footprint and can be scaled to fit unique requirements. We can help you select from GE’s extensive portfolio of Jenbacher gas engines to meet your specific needs in terms of electrical output as well as thermal or cooling capacity. But if energy is our heritage, digital is our future. Through digitalization, we continuously improve our products’ design and construction in our Brilliant factories, expertly execute our services, and move beyond reactive to predictive data solutions.
GE’s Jenbacher gas engines have a power range of 250 kW to 10 MW, and they provide you with the fuel flexibility to run either on natural gas or a variety of other gases, such as biogas, landfill gas, coal mine gas, sewage gas, and combustible industrial waste gases.
With more than 16,000 Jenbacher gas engines in operation, we furnish onsite power, heat and cooling for a variety of commercial, industrial and municipal applications in 100-plus countries. In fact, GE has one of the largest combined heat and power (CHP) installed bases of gas engines in the world!
- Efficiencies with GE’s solutions can reach 90% or more with CHP. That’s more than 40% higher than with thermal energy alone.
- CHP systems help commercial and industrial businesses, municipalities, and a wide range of energy-intensive institutions get the most out of their facilities.
- CHP results in cost savings, reduced CO2 emissions, resiliency from grid disturbance, and takes advantage of lower-priced natural gas vs. diesel.
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