Sewage gas CHP with Stirling engine running for over 5,000 hours

Positive interim balance of an innovative technology:

Over 5,000 operating hours have elapsed since the commissioning of the Stirling engine in February 2015. With an electrical rated power of about 7 kW almost as many full load hours were achieved. In total, 35,000 kWh of electricity and more than 100,000 kWh of heat could be provided for the basic load supply.

The sewage gas CHP operating in continuous operation was only reduced in summer in times of reduced heat requirements and is now facing the first scheduled inspection since commissioning. The WUDAG classifies the long trouble-free operating time as a complete success. We were able to show that the Cleanergy GasBox is the optimum heat engine in its power segment to generate electricity and heat from problematic bio- and sewage gases.