Distributed Power Generation

distributed power

PREM can provide non-back-up continuous power solutions that leverage low-emission fuels for peak shaving applications.

The Power of Distributed Generation

Our distributed power solutions are geared towards municipal utilities and industrial end users in need of peak shaving support.

Distributed generation offers a wide array of benefits. By generating power closer to the source of demand, DG reduces transmission losses, lowers the risk of grid failures, and offers a more efficient and reliable power supply. This is particularly beneficial in remote areas where grid connection may be costly or even impossible. Moreover, DG can enhance energy security and resilience by diversifying energy sources and reducing the reliance on a single centralized power system.

Unlocking the Power of Distributed Generation with Mobile Generators

As the energy landscape continues to evolve, the need for more sustainable, reliable, and efficient power sources has become increasingly evident. Enter the concept of distributed generation (DG), a term used to describe localized power generation systems. In contrast to the traditional centralized grid, DG allows for the production of electricity closer to the point of use. One of the most versatile solutions within the DG realm is the use of mobile generators powered by LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas), CNG (Compressed Natural Gas), and LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas).

Mobile Generators Running on Alternative Fuels

Mobile generators offer unparalleled flexibility in the world of DG. Easily transportable and quick to set up, these generators can provide power whenever and wherever it’s needed, from construction sites to outdoor events or even as backup power during grid outages. Running on alternative fuels such as LNG, CNG, and LPG makes them an even more appealing choice.

The Future of Distributed Generation

With the growing importance of sustainability, energy security, and reliable power supply, distributed generation using mobile generators fueled by LNG, CNG, and LPG is set to play a crucial role in the future energy landscape. These solutions provide a flexible and environmentally friendly option for a wide range of applications, paving the way for a more decentralized and resilient energy system.

In conclusion, the use of mobile generators running on alternative fuels such as LNG, CNG, and LPG is an innovative approach to distributed generation that promises greater flexibility, efficiency, and sustainability. As the energy landscape continues to evolve, embracing these solutions will be key to ensuring a reliable and environmentally friendly power supply for a wide range of applications.