Rolls-Royce signs a deal for the supply of gas-powered gensets

By District Energy posted 11-14-2019 09:55


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The Power Systems business unit of technology group Rolls-Royce sealed a contract of cooperation with 2G Energy, specialist in gas-powered generator sets and CHP modules based in Heek in North Rhine-Westphalia.

The contract covers the mutual supply of gas-powered gensets. Rolls-Royce is to procure from 2G gas-powered generator sets and cogeneration modules in the 250 to 550 kW power range with and without heat extraction.

After adding its own controllers and other specific components, the group will then market the systems under its MTU product and solution brand.

In return, Rolls-Royce will supply 2G with MTU gas-powered generator sets based on Series 4000 engines delivering 776 to 2,535 kW. These will be used by 2G in its CHP modules for on-site generation of electrical power and heat.

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