The GGP-ASK 250 gas generator power plant is designed for the generation of electrical power from industrial and municipal waste. In terms of pollutant emissions, the gas generator power plant is designed and manufactured to meet all environmental requirements.
Our design department has studied the existing small gas generator power plants and has taken the shortcomings of these models into account in the development and design of the GGP-ASK 250.
With this in mind, our company offers a new, environmentally friendly reactor plant technology with a reverse gasification process for the generation of power gas, which is used to power gas-fired generating sets (GFGUs).
The gas generator power plant is manufactured in a 20 ft container type, allowing the use of standard road, rail and sea transport vehicles.
The GGP-ASK 250 gas-fired power plant can operate both independently and in connection with the national grid at a feed-in tariff. The software provides the necessary parameters and accurate synchronisation with the electricity grid. The control system has remote notification functionality to the operator of any errors and provides automatic emergency shutdown with disconnection from the power grid, should they occur.
The GGP-ASK 250 is the perfect way to electrify remote production and mining sites that require an independent power supply, or to reduce peak loads on an existing connection to the public power grid.