The 50MWe is our base module for all power stations and Community Energy Centres. It consists of three air turbine modules, each producing a single phase. The three phases are combined at the output stage. For a 200MWe power station For Example, we combine 4x 50MWe modules running in parallel.
The whole Power Station is delivered to site containerised and based on 'plug and play' principles it is ready to operate as soon as it is coupled up with the other containerised components such as the Air Turbine container and the Generator container.
As demand for electricity rises and falls the burners will automatically go into kindle mode, but are ready to fire immediately that the demand increases.
Standard spares will be kept on-site to effect a speedy repair.
The Energy Centre is highly responsive and is able to switch between kindle mode and full firing in seconds. This maximises the flexinbility of the Power Production , minimises cost and provides maximum security for a constant supply of electricity.
It is a simple task to expand the Energy Centre from say 50MWe to 100MWe as a secondary standard module can be placed alongsid the original module at any time. This allows for planned expansion to occur with minimum fuss or delay. As they are both standard modules there will be no need for extra educatio or training, they will be identical modules.
Because the Energy Centre uses an air turbine, there is no need for any boilers or steam production. This massively reduces the overall costs. Increases safety for the workes as there are no high pressure steam hazards. Also it means that the power station acan be located anywhere on the planet, even in inhospitable landscapes. Unlike conventional power stations which need to be sited near aa dam or river, the Energy Centre does not need to be sited near any water source and can be sited wherever you want. It could be sited half way up a mountain so long as you can get fuel to the Energy Centre. The ideal location for an Energy Centre is right next door to a coal mine in the middle of a forest or in the middle of an area growing the bamboo.