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PowerGen by Qnergy delivers more power than TEGs or fuel cells, priced much lower.

What will you with the extra Watts and heat available?

  1. Reliable even when fuel quality is poor or contains H2S.
  2. Low maintenance (1-2 hr/year is typical) (air filter, glycol maintenance mostly)
  3. Long lifespan (80,000+ hr design life, and units are now running 13 years continuously at NASA labs)
  4. Reduce venting, flaring
  5. No grid power contract or install wait, can be moved.
  6. lower cost/Watt (2-10x less vs. TEGs)
  7. Hail and theft/vandalism resistant and more reliable vs. solar
  8. Scalable (plug and play)
  9. Meaningful power = meaningful solutions (5- 7.5HP/PowerGen)
  10. Well-suited to 4+ well pads or truck-out/LACT unit power
The generator package works seamlessly with a variety of fuel supplies, including natural gas, propane, ethane, biogas, and multiple associated gas streams. An available 5,650 Watts means you still have power left over to allow for AC heat trace in colder climates with an additional controllable glycol system heat supply of 48,000-60,00 BTU/hr. PowerGen supplies flexible power and BTU's.


  • flow control
  • metering
  • monitoring
  • lighting
  • site cathodic protection and pipeline ICCP
  • pneumatic instruments (60-90 low bleed instruments)
  • actuators
  • pumps (10 gpm for 1,000-3,000' or  2-5 gpm for 5,000' well)
  • compression power for flowline pressure reduction
  • analytics
  • heat tracing/ Ruffneck heaters/water tank heating

PowerGen provides critical power in locations where TEGs are being phased out PowerGen Series Stirling engine gensets: Designed for rugged and remote operation, the PowerGen remote power generator provides reliable electrical power supply to the most demanding and mission-critical loads. With only 1 hour annual maintenance and highly reliable PCK series Stirling engines, the generator package can work seamlessly with a variety of fuel supplies, including natural gas, propane, ethane, biogas, and multiple associated gas streams.


  • cETLus (UL2200)
  • (CSA C22.2#100 / C22.2#14)
  • IP 54 Enclosure rating

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Feature Options available:
  • Sour Gas Service (1,000 ppm H2S capable)
  • Low BTU Value gas (Down to 751 BTU/CuFt)
  • Glycol Heat Trace
  • 3-Phase Motor Drive
  • Fuel Conditioning
  • Extreme Low Temperature Module
  • Three Stage Battery Charging
  • Hybrid Compatible
  • Remote Monitoring
  • Configurable Voltage Outputs
  • Extended Standby
  • Gas Pressure Reduction System
  • Heat Recovery
  • Impressed Current Cathodic Protection (ICCP)
  • Custom Enclosure Color
  • Enhanced Security/Lighting

Placement Questions

Q: Can this generator as a whole ignite external flammable gases? In other words, should you treat the PowerGen as open flame equipment, which impact its location on the site due to spacing requirements of this type of equipment? Answer: The Qnergy PowerGen 5650 has an enclosed combustion chamber that is fully encapsulated within heat exchangers in such a way that there is no exposed heated surface hot enough that could cause pre-ignition to external air-borne flammable natural gas. In terms of ingress of external air-borne gas via the exhaust system into the combustion chamber, we have a positive pressure combustion chamber which, when the unit is operating, prevents any ‘unintended’ flammable gas access to the combustion chamber. To help you with locating the PowerGen on your site, we have further clarification from Alberta's Energy Regulator: "Given how the Sterling engine operates, with an enclosed combustion chamber and no possible way for a flame front to exit the unit if an air/gas mixture is drawn in, I conclude that it operates more like an internal combustion engine rather than flame type equipment." (June 25, 2018)

About Sterling Engine Technology:

The original kinematic Stirling machine, developed over 200 years ago by Rev. Robert Stirling, did not attain significant technical or commercial success until the latter half of the 20th century. An increased focus on this technology over the last 50 years has led to significant recent breakthroughs in terms of operating concepts and supporting technologies. The principal “Stirling advantage” is that it is a closed-cycle external combustion engine, meaning the heat source is outside the engine and the inside of the engine can be sealed. Stirling engines also make use of a regenerative heat exchanger that allows them to re-use their heat. This regeneration feature is what makes the Stirling cycle efficient, in addition to allowing it at the same time to be powered by virtually any heat source (e.g., oil, gas, solar, wood, coal, nuclear, and other combustible

Certifications: ISO 9001 Certification (May 2018)


PowerGen by Qnergy delivers more power than TEGs or fuel cells, priced much lower.What will you with the extra Watts and heat available?

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