Independent power producers (IPPs) are non-utility generators (NUGs) that are typically not owned by the national electricity company or public utility. IPPs generate electricity for sale to the national electricity network. They can also sell power to a single third-party via customer via a power purchase agreement (PPA). These plants are mostly located on islands or where the central grid is far away.
Benefits of IPP:
Facilities can be built as modular solutions consisting of individual engines, i.e. container systems,
Significant flexibility in ramping up and down power production, with an on-off feature,
Facilities can be deployed rapidly compared to other major centralized power plants,
Gas engines have high electrical efficiency. Total fuel efficiency can exceed 90% if the unit is established for cogeneration, either linked to a local heat user or district heating network,
Supporting local electricity grid through distributed generation,
Heat recovery systems can be added to support district heating networks.
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