Power system by MTU Onsite Energy Corp

March 30, 2010

Housed in an enclosure, the 1,000 kW MTU Onsite Energy power system includes an MTU 16V2000 engine with 1,495 brake horsepower, a 480-volt alternator, and transfer switch. The Series 2000 engine features an advanced diesel engine controller, or ADEC, that optimizes combustion and allows the engine to meet current exhaust emissions requirements. The generator will assume the load within 10 seconds of power loss. The systems can be sized for growth.

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