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Reduce Dependence on the Grid by Enhancing Solar with CoGen.

[fa icon='calendar'] Oct 13, 2017 9:34:57 AM / by Dan Lunt posted in Solar, Alternative Power, Power Generation, Natural Gas, Energy Leadership, CHP, Microturbine

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Companies need Redundancy & Steady Power

[fa icon='calendar'] Sep 20, 2017 2:10:00 PM / by Scott Burrows posted in Energy Consumption, CHP

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When you think of cleaner energy, do you immediately think solar, or wind power? That is to be expected, due to the recent clean energy boom in modern society, and how reliant it is on solar and wind. But have you ever wondered if more options exist? Horizon Power Systems have some answers, and have implemented these answers in various locations.

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Double Win with Microturbines' A Case Study

[fa icon='calendar'] Sep 12, 2017 1:00:00 PM / by Clayton Erekson posted in CHP, Microturbine

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Today we continue our research into the benefits of providing power through microturbine generation with a case study provided by Horizon Power Systems of a natural gas fueled microturbine at one of their customers Tundra Oil and Gas in Manitoba Canada.

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Microturbine Case Study - Horizon Power Systems & 99% Runtime

[fa icon='calendar'] Sep 6, 2017 10:00:00 AM / by Clayton Erekson posted in CHP, Microturbine

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Vitality Energy is pleased to continue it's research into technologies that help companies and organizations reduce energy cost and improve operational efficiency.  This post is the first post of a series of case studies into the power of Microturbine technology.  

Eight C65 microturbines power collection facility

Location:

Southwestern United States

Commissioned:

February 2015

Application:

Central gathering facility

Fuel:

Wellhead natural gas

Technology:

8 65kW Capstone microturbines

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Why Superstorm Sandy Couldn’t Stop Microturbine Power

[fa icon='calendar'] Jul 10, 2017 2:00:00 PM / by Clayton Erekson posted in Virtual Energy Manager, cogen, CHP

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When lightning knocked out power in the new wing of a California hospital, staff held small battery-powered spotlights while the surgeon closed down the emergency operation. Fire trucks soon illuminated the room with portable lights through the windows and the surgeon completed the operation.

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