In the past, when building an engine-based power plant, diesel engines were considered the leading technology as prime mover for baseload power generation. With the advent of new technology, however, dual fuel engines are increasingly considered the best choice, if natural gas is available or will be it in the future. Where natural gas or liqueﬁed natural gas is locally available at favourable prices, a gas engine might be the best choice.
We cooperate with all major engine manufacturers and have in-depth knowledge of their engines.
Regardless of which engine is chosen, our business philosophy is to implement the cleanest and most eﬃcient technology available. This entails minimum emissions of CO2, nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulphur dioxide (SO2), particulate matter (soot and fuel ash) as well as minimum energy resource consumption. We also offer CO2 neutral solutions utilising renewable energy.
BWSC power plants are built to comply with the most stringent pollutant emission limits, either by primary methods (e.g. fuel quality selection, low emission technology) or, when required, by application of secondary (ﬂue gas) abatement technology suitable for the speciﬁc plant type and local conditions.