Energy efficiency refers to the proper utilization of both electrical energy and thermal energy in the power production process. Capstone microturbines can be easily integrated to capture thermal energy produced from the exhaust to provide a significant economic advantage to end users. Capstone microturbines can achieve overall efficiency levels of up to 80 percent in combined heat and power (CHP) applications and up to 90 percent in combined cooling, heat and power (CCHP) applications.
Capstone offers a comprehensive lineup of clean-and-green microturbines that are scalable from 30kW to 30MW and can operate on a variety of gaseous or liquid fuels including: Natural Gas, Associated Gas, LPG/Propane, Flare Gas, Landfill Gas, Digester Gas, Diesel, Aviation Fuel and Kerosene. Capstone microturbines are the ideal solution for today's distributed generation needs.
The Quellenhof Hotel Resort in Val Passiria, Italy, commissioned two Capstone C65 ICHP MicroTurbines® in a combined heat and power (CHP) application and labeled the "clean-and-green" hotel the first of its kind in Val Passiria. "Capstone microturbines are the most efficient turbines at an appropriate price. With their ultra-low emissions, microturbines fit our sustainability concept and support our energy saving goals."
Efficiency reached with Capstone microturbines in Napa now
Covered in the Astor Chocolate facility’s electricity needs