How Does our Dual Fuel Technology Work?
Our technology enables diesel generators to safely operate on up to 70% natural gas across loads, thereby reducing diesel costs and emissions.
The Gas Train
The Natural Gas enters the Gas Train first. The Gas Train filters the gas, manages its pressure and ensures the overall safety of gas supply to the Integrated Throttle Body.
Integrated Throttle Body
The Integrated Throttle Body also called the Fuel Control Valve, controls the flow of gas into the air supply of the generator.
It accurately governs the gas flow at 20ms frequency enabling an immediate and controlled response to any
fluctuations in load.
The Integrated Throttle body is attached to the Air Gas Mixer, which is a device that is attached to the air inlet of the Diesel Generator.
It performs the role of ensuring a uniform air-to-gas ratio.
Programmable Logic Controller
This is the brain and powerhouse of the Dual Fuel system. It monitors inputs from various sensors and uses its algorithm to calculate the optimum amount of Natural Gas that must be directed into the generator.
The PLC ensures the optimum
functioning of the Gas Train and the Integrated Throttle Body.
The Advantages of Dual Fuel Technology
Up to 70% of the Diesel used can be safely displaced with Natural Gas.
Reduce fuel costs by up to 30%.
Reduce emissions, NOx by 60%, COx by 10%, and PM by 50%.
Meet government compliance and avoid fines.
The Solenoid Valve and Fuel Control Valve ensures precise gas insertion.
The gas intake is corrected with feedback from sensors.
Two levels of alarms, Pre Alarms, and Fault Alarms overlook the Dual Fuel Kit.
In case of malfunction, there is an automatic switchover to Diesel.
Energeia has successfully completed over 400 installations of our Dual Fuel Technology across India.
Our Dual Fuel Technology Works With all Generators
The Energeia Blog: Regulations, Policies and Sustainability
Maharashtra Pollution Control Board Compliance on Diesel Generators
On June 2 the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board issued an order making it mandatory to convert generators to Dual Fuel (Gas and Diesel) or Retrofit them with an Emission Control Device (RECD) by 30 September 2023.