New gas-powered motor technology for generators and biogas
A MOTOR WITH A LOW CARBON FOOTPRINT
The Mogas project will develop a gas motor for stationary applications to meet the specific needs of the generators that are increasingly used in emerging countries and, especially, in the Middle East and Africa. The project’s main innovation is that the motor developed will have a low carbon footprint, will be able to adapt to different quality gases, and will offer excellent performance in hot climates.
AN INNOVATION THAT RESPONDS TO EMERGING COUNTRIES’ NEEDS
The motor will mainly address emerging countries with hot climates. The goal is to bring environmentally-friendly, decentralized, and self-contained energy production to meet growing demand for energy. The project consortium also plans to address European markets with motors that run on biogas to help transition these markets’ costly and polluting diesel motors to less-expensive and more environmentally-friendly biogas.
Certifying clusters: Tenerrdis, ViaMéca, and Capenergies.
Drôme General Council, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Regional Council, French Single Interministerial Fund, Greater Lyon Intermunicipal Authority.