Qnergy remote power system runs on propane

February 2, 2022 By    

Qnergy manufactures free piston, Stirling engine power systems. The company says it provides remote power in the 500- to 10,000-watt range, helping companies improve operational efficiency, decrease cost and reduce emissions. The generators are enclosed systems that require no lubrication, maintenance or repair, delivering tens of thousands of hours of uninterrupted, reliable operation, the company adds. The remote power system can operate on any gaseous fuels like propane, natural gas and butane. The engine provides AC, DC, or AC and DC power outputs for any on-site power requirements. Additionally, the system is provided with a web-based remote monitoring and control system called SmartView.

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