GE to Supply Jenbacher J620 Engines to Power GWED’s Waste-to-Energy Projects – […] to power a series of Advanced Recycling and Energy Conversion (AREC) plants that GWE’s development subsidiary, Green Waste Energy Development (GWED), plans to build around the world.
>GWED uses C6 Technologies’ proprietary and patent-pending, non-burn waste-advanced pyrolysis technology in its AREC projects. The C6 technology can transform a wide range of wastes into “syngas,” which then can be used in gas engines to generate cleaner electricity or produce greener transportation fuels including diesel and jet fuel. C6T licenses its technology to developers worldwide.
Under terms of the agreement, GE will provide GWED with Jenbacher J620 gas engines, which will use the syngas produced at GWED’s waste-gasification facilities to generate renewable electricity. Each installed gas engine will generate nearly 2MWof reliable on-site power. GE also will provide technical support for GWED’s installed engine fleet.<
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