KawasakiAmerica
Kawasaki Gas Turbines, Americas, has the only production 1.5MW gas turbine which meets the State of California CARB 2007 emission standards!

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The GPB15X Gas Turbine has the worlds lowest emissions, with less than 2.5 ppm NOx emissions. The GPB15X is also highly efficient, offering 77% cogeneration efficiency at full load! This turbine is ideal for CoGeneration and distributed power applications, with a compact design and engineered for long service intervals: hospitals, universities, 24x7 manufacturers, pharmaceutical, and many other facilities will find these benefits compelling.





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Solar Turbines is a World Leader in Designing, Manufacturing and Servicing Industrial Gas Turbine Power System Solutions for the Oil & Gas and Power Generation Industries.
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The Mercury™ recuperated gas turbine is a product of Solar's commitment to the U.S. Department of Energy's Advanced Turbine Systems (ATS) program. It features the highest electrical efficiency for a gas turbine in its size range and an ultra-low emissions profile.




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San Diego Regional Energy Office (SDREO) is an independent, public-benefit, non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation that provides objective information, research, analysis and long-term planning on energy issues for the San Diego region. SDREO also serves as a critical link between consumers and government and is currently managing over $30 million in public funds through a variety of rebate, incentive and education programs. To understand how the SDREO programs can benefit your organization, contact DES.



page7_4Distributed Energy Solutions is a CHP Partner Company with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Combine Heat & Power Partnership. A key Goal of the EPA CHP Partnership is to Double the Amount of CHP or Cogeneration to the Nation's Power Supply by the Year 2010. If you are a qualified contractor or developer or user and wish to consider teaming with DES, please contact DES through the Contact DES link.



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The Pacific Region CHP Application Center will assist organizations to locate, design and implement economically viable distributed energy projects that make appropriate use of their recoverable waste heat. Distributed Energy Solutions works collaborates with the Pacific Region CHP Application Center on new innovative applications of CHP, joint projects, and seminars. Please visit the Centers website for further details: www.chpcenterpr.org or contact DES for joint project opportunities.