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  • 1. Reciprocating Engines Vic Ranalletta, P.E. Senior Project Manager Burns & McDonnell
  • 2. What Provides the Following? • 10 MW • 20-40% Capacity Factor • Good Part Load Heat Rate a t oad eat ate • Black Start • 5 Mi Minute S Start • Reactive Power and Frequency Support q y pp
  • 3. Natural Gas Engine Generators Caterpillar 6 5 MW 6.5 Wärtsilä 8.4 – 9.3 MW Mitsubishi 3.6 – 5.5 MW
  • 4. Why Do We Need Recip Engines? The sun doesn’t always shine and d the wind doesn’t always blow.
  • 5. Natural Gas Engine Generators • Reciprocating Engine Power Project Benefits – Multiple Shafts – Minimal Air Temperature Degradation – Minimal Altitude Degradation – Near Zero Water Usage (Radiator Cooling) – CHP Potential (Jacket Water and/or Exhaust)
  • 6. Large Scale Natural Gas Reciprocating Plants MID GEUS Midwest Energy gy Lea County STEC Proposed Engine Plant p g Existing Engine Plant
  • 7. Natural Gas Engine Generators Engine plant “sweet spot”
  • 8. Natural Gas Engine Generators