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Distributed Energy Systems

Trending Now: Distributed Energy Systems give users cleaner, more innovative ways to generate power

The trend toward distributed energy systems gives manufacturers, universities, hospitals and institutions the opportunity to implement innovative solutions to address their power generation needs.

Dresser-Rand Guascor® engines are helping many of these users optimize their facilities’ energy potential by combining heating with on-site power production. By generating electricity on site and recovering heat that would typically be wasted in a conventional power plant, users benefit from increased energy efficiency and reduced energy costs and carbon emissions.

Click on the photos below and see how we’re helping clients find advanced ways to address their power generation needs.

To learn more about Siemens Distributed Energy Systems and solutions, come see us February 20 – 25 at the Hyatt Regency Miami for International District Energy Association’s Campus Energy 2017 Conference, Booths #89 and #90.

Distributed Energy Systems: Pooling resources

Distributed Energy Systems (DES) are up and coming. A research report by Arup and Siemens discusses how these solutions can form the groundwork for a sustainable future, while helping consumers actively manage their resources and assets.

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CHP Solution Saves University $1,000 a Day

Guascor® engine helps university in Northeastern United States optimize energy potential of athletic facility by combining heat with on-site power production.

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Wesleyan University Video

Watch the video about Wesleyan University's CHP system from Bloomberg Media Creative.

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Gas engine powering Lockheed Martin waste-to-energy initiative in Owego, NY

The Dresser-Rand business supplied a Guascor gas engine for use in an advanced gasification bioenergy plant at Lockheed Martin’s Owego, NY, facility – powering operations at the plant and advancing the company’s global waste-to-energy initiative.

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