spokesman from TEDOM told WIP magazine:
"In early 2022 we closed a deal with our French partner VALOTECH ENERGIES for the delivery of a total 13 units of CENTO T160 using landfill gas as a fuel. The units will be installed on multiple sites and they are packaged like twins and triplets into containers. We are pre-commissioning one of the triplets in our Hořovice manufactury to ensure on-site commissioning will be smoothest as possible."
These units are based on TEDOM's own engine which offers great reliability thanks to its robustness, reports the manufacturer. More than 40 of these units are already installed around Europe's landfills and they are capable of operating even in the toughest conditions and burning gas with very low methane concentrations. The Cento CHP unit from TEDOM offers a series of outputs ranging from 40 to 300kWel. A block arrangement of these units will feature a set of engines & generators, heat equipment, control units plus a power switchboard. Exhaust silencers are delivered with the CHP unit for individual installation into machine room exhaust gas lines.