CEGEN offers a patent pending application designed to exploit wasted wind power created by exhaust and convert the air flow into green energy.
This green energy can bring electricity to a Natural Gas Compressor in remote locations.
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Be a PART OF THE GREEN ENERGY GENERATION
The CEGEN Genset
The Micro-CEGEN 1 kW units is the answer to remote sites without grid power and have low energy needs. Typically, a natural gas compressor has only one operational need, 200 watts of power to for the PLC.
- Very low maintenance
- Fast Installs
- Clean power source
- No increase in your environmental footprint
Vertical Fan Cooler Unit
The vertical fan coolers are mostly used for compressor applications up to 1500 HP. Power consumption needs vary depending on applications, HVAC systems, auxiliary operations etc. Depending on air flow volumes and the exhaust wind speeds, CEGEN Green Energy Technology can generate from 2-5 kW on smaller coolers, while the larger units can generate well above 40 kW/h or more!
Easy installs in most cases only two days, with no additional foundations or physical footprint. The CEGEN design can be an easy fit for your vertical coolers, green field or brown, new compression or retrofits to meet added electrical draws.
MICRO UTILITY GENSET
CEGEN’s Clean Energy Gensets (CE-GENSET) generate electricity by directing mechanically generated constrained airflows through a turbine, driving a permanent magnet generator and converting it to usable clean energy.
Our CE-GENSETs are adaptable to horizontal and vertical airflows, scalable in numbers and outputs to meet industry’s demanding energy needs while also meeting their environmental mandates in relation to Green House Gas (GHG).
Energy produced when applied to your mechanical HVAC exhaust, can be used to supplement the grid power appetite, power your remote facility or eliminate the need for expensive grid connections.