How does a cogeneration power plant (CHP) work?

The MWM cogeneration power plants (combined heat and power systems) enable economical and efficient electric power generation. In an on-site technical system, the input energy source is converted into electrical power and useful heat. The resulting waste heat can be directly utilized and is not lost.

Among the fuels used are natural gas, biogas, coal mine gas or other gases.

The electricity generated by the CHP plant can be harnessed for captive use or fed back into to the public grid for a feed-in tariff.

CHP ROI Calculator

Gas engines & Products

Container Cogeneration Plant

Container Cogeneration Plant, the mobile power plant of MWM. Complete turnkey systems for special applications. Quality "made in Germany". Optimized for reliable, smooth operation and fast service.

Gas Engine TCG 3016

400 - 1,000 kWel

New development – greatly reduced operating and installation costs and fully digitized power plant control.

Gas Engine TCG 3020

1,380 - 2,300 kWel

The All-Round Talent. Smart, secure plant control. Higher output and profitability despite compact design.

Gas engine TCG 2020

1,200 - 2,000 kWel

For the highest ratings in ecology and economy. Best electrical and thermal efficiency in its class. All gas types: natural gas, biogas, mine gas, landfill gas, sewage gas.

Gas engine TCG 2032

3,000 - 4,500 kWel

High availability, low installation costs. All gas types: natural gas, biogas, landfill gas, sewage gas, mine gas, coke oven gas. Mainly used in large IPP projects with up to 100 MWel.

Modular Power Plant

Perfect modularity for a faster start of operations. Various customized solutions for the TCG 2032 gas engine.


MWM Representation in Moscow
Sales & Service
Caterpillar Energy Solutions GmbH
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119017 Moscow
Russian Federation

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