Alternative Technology in Sustainable Energy for Power Plants in China and Guatemala
Two new exciting alternative technology projects in sustainable energy on the horizon for power plants in China and Guatemala...
Genor Plant in Puerto Barrios, Izabal, Guatemala
Waldron Engineering & Construction has been awarded a contract to perform the detailed Engineering, design and construction for a 5 MW Advanced Tandem Organic Rankine Cycle power plant in Puerto Barrios, Izabal, Guatemala. The ORC will be designed and constructed under a license agreement from patent holder, The Stanton Group out of Sherborn, MA. How it works: The ORC uses waste heat from four fuel-oil-fired reciprocating engine gensets. Power is then generated by expanding a vaporized organic fluid through a turboexapander-driven generator. The plant is scheduled for start-up in 2013.
Compressor Station in Yulin City, China
Waldron is also designing a 20 MW Advanced Tandem Organic Rankine Cycle power plant at an existing natural gas compressor station in Yulin City, China. The plant will use waste heat from a Rolls Royce RB211 gas-turbine-driven natural gas compressor exhaust to produce power using a turboexpander genset. Waldron is working as the engineer-of-record for the cycle patent holder, The Stanton Group. As stated above, the Stanton Group is an alternative energy developer located in Sherborn, MA.
These are just two of the alternative technology projects that Waldron is excited to engage in for the new year. If you are interested in more information about the above, or interested in more of our sustainable energy options – please contact us via our contact page or call Bruce LeBlanc at 603-772-7153