Cleanergy Gasbox™ Biogas Generator


Update June 2017: Due to recent changes on behalf of our licensing partner for this technology, WesTech is not currently selling the Cleanergy GasBox. To discuss other options for your biogas or CHP project with WesTech’s expert engineers, please use the Contact Us form to provide basic details about your project.

Cleanergy GasBox™ Biogas Generator
The Cleanergy GasBox™ generates electricity and heat from biogas. The heart of the technology is the Stirling engine, first designed in the early nineteenth century. Now, with the advantage of modern manufacturing capabilities, this energy-producing technology is efficient, viable and proven.

Today, many wastewater treatment plants in the United States utilize methane to run boilers and heat exchangers necessary for anaerobic digestion. Until now, only large plants had the capacity to produce gas in the amount needed to justify the investment of equipment for scrubbing the gas and producing energy.

The GasBox™ requires minimal-to-no gas cleaning which allows for small and mid-size wastewater treatment plants to achieve the power-generating benefits of biogas utilization. The GasBox™ can also run on biogas with a methane concentration as low as 18%, which alleviates the need at larger plants to burn off this biogas with a natural gas supplement.

ROI calculations are available for each unique application, illustrating that not only are the initial equipment costs recouped, but also that ongoing savings to plant operating costs are substantial.
 
The GasBox™ allows for small and mid-size plants to also achieve the benefits of biogas utilization and further, alleviates the need at larger plants to burn off biogas with low methane content. ROI calculations are available for each unique application, illustrating that not only are the initial equipment costs recouped, but also that ongoing savings to plant operating costs are substantial.The Cleanergy GasBox™ from WesTech generates electricity and heat from biogas with methane gas concentrations as low as 18 percent. The heart of the technology is the Stirling motor, first designed in the early nineteenth century. Now, with the advantage of modern manufacturing capabilities, this energy-producing technology is efficient, viable and proven.
Today, many wastewater treatment plants in the United States utilize methane to run boilers and heat exchangers necessary for anaerobic digestion. Until now, only large plants had the capacity to produce gas in the amount needed to justify the investment of equipment for scrubbing the gas and producing energy.
The GasBox™ allows for small and mid-size plants to also achieve the benefits of biogas utilization and further, alleviates the need at larger plants to burn off biogas with low methane content. ROI calculations are available for each unique application, illustrating that not only are the initial equipment costs recouped, but also that ongoing savings to plant operating costs are substantial.

Features

  • Compact modular design
  • Can be supplied as stand-alone units or in pre-plumbed and wired containers
  • Can run on methane levels as low as 18%
  • Reduced emissions due to its flameless combustion
  • Maintenance interval of approximately 6,000 - 8,000 hours
  • 25-year life

Applications

  • Wastewater Treatment
  • Confined Animal Feed Operations
  • Food and Beverage Production Facilities
  • Sludge Processing
  • Dairy Plants

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