Regelbare, erneuerbare Kraftstoffe in den USA
(Nur in englischer Sprache verfügbar)
States, cities and businesses across the United States are searching for ways to reduce the carbon intensity of their electricity supply. The use of dispatchable gas-fired plants running on renewable fuels, or e-fuels, such as biogas, landfill gas, syngas or hydrogen can be an innovative and effective tool in helping to reduce the carbon intensity of the electricity supply in the United States. Jenbacher and it’s distributor Northeast-Western Energy Systems have developed the technologies, capabilities and experience of using a variety of e-fuels and now are seeking engineers, developers and end users that are interesting developing demonstration projects in the 500 kW to 5 MW size range in the United States that can run on hydrogen. In this one hour webinar Martin Schneider, Senior Product Manager with Dr. Klaus Payrhuber, Strategic Product Development, both of Jenbacher, are joined by Aaron Tasin of Northeast-Western Energy Systems share our in-depth understanding and experience with these fuel types to help you to decide how they can help your business.
Original Broadcast Date: October 21, 2020
Martin Schneider, Senior Product Manager with Dr. Klaus Payrhuber, Strategic Product Development, both of Jenbacher, are joined by Aaron Tasin of Northeast-Western Energy Systems