Low Emission Micro Turbines

On their White City Living project, St James have been using modular micro turbines as a semi-permanent power supply.

This power supply emits low levels of NOx emissions and high levels of oxygen (17 -18% oxygen rich). It is compliant with the EU’s Medium Combustion Plant and Non-Road Mobile Machinery Directives which regulate harmful emissions.

It also goes beyond compliance with London’s 2030 Ultra Low Emission Zone targets.

Compared to using a diesel alternative, the turbines are cost effective and do not have fuel storage issues. This is collaboration between SSE Enterprise & Pure World Energy.

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Monitor report. St James. London. November 2019.


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