Waste to Energy Technology
Our proven and reliable range of Electric Turbo Compounding (ETC) products deliver a step change in the efficiency of gas and diesel-fuelled reciprocating engines, by recovering waste heat energy from the engine exhaust and converting it to free useful power. The ETC range includes systems suited to a wide variety of engines, from 150kW to 2MW.
The ETC system enables genset end-users to maintain the same power output using less fuel and producing fewer CO2 emissions or to produce additional power with improved fuel efficiency.
Waste Heat Recovery for Power Generation Markets
Our ETC system is used by engine and generator set (genset) OEMs, power rental providers and independent power producers (IPPs), to increase competitive advantage and add value to genset end-users.
Electronic Turbo Compounding Products
Our range of ETC products is suitable for new build or retrofit applications on gas and diesel-fuelled gensets in the 150kW – 2MW range. We also have products for larger engines which feature a waste gate. Find out how the technology works, and take a look at our applications for open gensets (i.e. in a power plant) and containerised gensets (as commonly used by power rental providers).
View detailed information and specification sheets for our range of turbo generators, turbochargers and power electronics.
The ETC 300 is suited to gas and diesel-fulled gensets in the 150kW-400kW range as a single system.
The ETC 600 is suited to gas and diesel-fulled gensets in the 300kW-600kW range as a single system and in the 500kW-1200kW range as a twin system.
More cost-effective, reliable and efficient. Discover our flagship ETC technology.
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14th November 2018
Bowman Power, Rolls-Royce Power Systems, Lloyds Register and University College London have worked together to develop, prototype and test a new, marine-capable engine efficiency system.More
8th November 2018
Bowman Power Group Ltd (Bowman) today took part in the Solent Festival of Engineering, located at Fareham Leisure Centre in the UK. The event, a collaboration between Government and industry, …More
29th October 2018
The world’s energy consumption is at an all-time high, and thanks to Independent Power Producers (IPPs), more remote and isolated communities are able to access power than ever before.More