GE links up with Coca Cola in Brazil – Cogeneration & On-Site Power Production (Combined Heat & Power)


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The 12 MW facility will provide all of the plant’s on-site heat and power needs. Brazilian energy company Light Esco will install three ecomagination-qualified Jenbacher J624 engines at the Andina Brasil-Coca-Cola bottling facility.

Duane Tilden‘s insight:

The power plant is expected to begin operating in November 2013 and will also produce cold water, carbon dioxide (CO2) and nitrogen to support the bottling operations.

By installing quadgeneration technology to recover food-grade CO₂, factories can reduce emissions by up to an additional 40 percent when compared to using separate power and heat generating equipment.

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