Case Study

Bi-fuel conversion for Trojan Power

26 Oct 2016

5 min read

Trojan Power, a wholly owned, independent power generation company in Ghana, Africa have completed one of ComAp's largest bi-fuel installations.

Twenty four Caterpillar C32 and eight Caterpillar 3508 generators were converted to bi-fuel for a total power output of 25 megawatts. The 32 bi-fuel generators are housed in two power houses with 16 generators in each and regularly function at a 70% gas to 30% diesel ratio, giving significant financial savings.

This huge power plant quickly provides reliable power for the surrounding area for customers who were previously relied on aging mains power electricity infrastructure.

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