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Co-generation allows industrial operations to improve profitability by maximizing their processes’ energy potential — provided they can deploy the appropriate, advanced engine technologies.

What Do Cogeneration Plants and Ferris Wheels Have in Common?

It’s the precision grinding technology giving shape to the critical parts driving big machinery, and guiding industrial expansion.

Internal combustion engine-powered generators fueled by natural gas are steadily growing gaining importance for manufacturers and electric utilities, both domestically and abroad, as they employ on-site power production machinery that is efficient and more environmentally friendly than comparable sources of electricity, coal-based power plants for example.

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