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June 19, 2016

INTRODUCTION TO OUR HYDROGEN POWERED MICRO-TURBINE POWER STATIONS

Increased demands on the nation’s electrical power systems and incidences of electricity shortages, power quality problems, rolling blackouts, and electricity price spikes have caused many utility customers to seek other sources of high-quality, reliable electricity. Distributed Energy Resources (DER), small-scale power generation sources located close to where electricity is used (e.g., a home or business), provide an alternative to or an enhancement of the traditional electric power grid. DER is a faster, less expensive option to the construction of large, central power plants and high-voltage transmission lines. They offer consumers the potential for lower cost, higher service reliability, high power quality, increased energy efficiency, and energy independence. The use of renewable distributed energy generation technologies and “green power” such as wind, photovoltaic, geothermal, biomass, or hydroelectric power can also provide a significant environmental benefit.

WHAT ARE MICRO-TURBINES?

Micro-turbine’s are small combustion turbines approximately the size of a refrigerator with outputs of 25 kW to 500 kW. They evolved from automotive and truck turbochargers, auxiliary power units (APUs) for airplanes, and small jet engines. Most micro-turbines are comprised of a compressor, combustor, turbine, alternator, recuperator (a device that captures waste heat to improve the efficiency of the compressor stage), and a generator.  Micro turbines offer a series of major advantages compared to other power technologies.

THIS IMAGE BELOW DESCRIBES HOW A TURBINE WORKS

OUR HYDROGEN POWER STATIONS ADVANTAGES OVER OTHER POWER TECHNOLOGIES

Some of these advantages include:

  • Small number of moving parts
  • Compact size with the potential to be located with strict space limitations c light-weight
  • Lower energy costs
  • Multi-fuel capability options
  • Lightweight
  • Good efficiency in Co-generation
  • Low emissions
  • Can utilize waste fuels
  • Long maintenance intervals
  • No vibrations
  • Less noise than reciprocating engines
  • Strengthens energy security

CAPSTONE MICROTURBINES IS ONE OF OUR TURBINE PROVIDERS



50 KW HYDROGEN POWER STATION

DESCRIPTION OF AVAILABLE TURBINE’S & BASIC SPECS

Commercial and Indutrial Ready Available in 500kW and up to 2MW
Size Range 25-500 kW    500kW to 2MW
Fuel Hydrogen, Gas, Diesel, Propane, , CNG I LPG, alcohol, Kerosene, recycled oil, possibly vegetable oil
Efficiency 20-30% (Recuperated)
Environmental Impact Low (<9-50 ppm) NOx
Other Features Co-Generation (50-80°C water)
Commercial Status Commercially Available (Energy Wave)
(Courtesy of California Distributed Energy Resources Guide on Microturbines)

POWER PURCHASE AGREEMENT 25 YEAR LEASE

Our Hydrogen Power Stations provide full service, hydrogen based power stations utilize gas turbine gen sets, reciprocating engine gen sets and fuel cells. We offer 25 year power purchase agreements to meet long term energy needs. This method of producing power is completely renewable and much more economical than alternative methods using fossil fuels, solar, or wind. Warranty and Maintenance. We warranty the fuel production equipment for the term of the power purchase agreement and provide scheduled maintenance and service to ensure there is no interruption in power supply.

MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE OVER THE 25 YEAR LEASE TERM

 

EXTENDED WARRANTY OVER THE 25 YEAR LEASE TERM

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