Multiple Fuels, Multiple Uses, Global Reach
Enerflex provides electric power solutions from 20 kW to 50 MW using reciprocating, gas-driven engines that use natural gas, biogas, sewage gas, landfill gas, syngas, solution gas, flare gas, and propane. Configurations include island-mode prime power, fast-response peak shaving, and cogeneration and trigeneration – combined heat and power (CHP), as well as temporary, standby, and backup power for construction sites, pipeline pumping stations, and electrical grids.
Electric Power Portfolio
- Broad and Specialized Electric Power Capabilities
- Data Centre
- Oil and Gas
- Renewable Firming
- Sewage Gas
- Landfill Gas
- Special Gas
- Flare Gas
- Flexible Electric Power
- Single engine to an entire turnkey installation of a multi-engine power plant.
- Modular designs for simple cost-effective installation, asset redeployment, and ease-of-mobility purposes.
- Rich and lean-burn configurations, able to run on all types of fuel.
- Lowest emission gas engine technology.
- Enerflex is the Jenbacher Distributor and Service Provider for Canada and also provides Jenbacher products and lifecycle solutions across most USA states.
Enerflex in Action
- Slave Lake, Alberta, Canada
9 MW Cogeneration Plant — Wastewater Treatment Facility
Enerflex was able to assist in modifying the customer’s wastewater treatment system to capture the biogas it naturally produces. Once the biogas is cleaned of excess water and H2S, three Jenbacher J620 engines and a turnkey cogeneration plant converts methane into power. The three Jenbacher J620 engines have a combined electrical output of over 9 MW.
The customer’s wastewater treatment system, which cleans effluent from the pulp mill, now produces clean biogas, allowing for the generation of renewable electricity and heat. By taking advantage of what was previously a waste stream, the customer is now able to offset a significant portion of their plant utility costs and further reduce their environmental footprint.
- Multiple Locations, Canada
16,800 kW Mobile Power Generation — Utilities
A Canadian utilities company required a compact, mobile power generation solution that could be set up in environments that ranged from -50°C (-58°F) in winter to +40°C (104°F) in summer. Enerflex supplied twelve PJC1400S units with JGS 420 Jenbacher engines, each generating 1,400 kW at 4.16 kV for continuous duty, as island power or grid capable. The solution uses utility-grade, medium-voltage switchgear, with a total output of 16,800 kW. Enerflex specified Stamford 4.16 kV generators, Sutton Stromart radiators, and DIA.NE-Woodward control systems.
The Enerflex solution was the footprint that matched client specifications. Our in-house teams designed and fabricated an easily transported, custom genset package that met Canadian electrical and gas codes, utility code, and Jenbacher packaging requirements. The units are used in oil and gas, utility firming, and greenhouses, and as emergency backup.