Power Generation

It’s true that Iran has biggest gas fields of the world, but experience is showing that transferring of gas is with lots of dangerous and too difficult in compare with transferring electricity. So, the aims to be for converting gas to electricity to make simple transferring and safer method. On the other hand, demand of developing countries for electricity is increasing rapidly and it is main infra-structure for development. Zeta accompanies small industries for having their own power plants in cheapest solution to avoid any future suffering of lack of electricity with following solutions:

Distributed Generation (DG)

Distributed generation (or DG) generally refers to small-scale (typically up to 25 MW) electric power generators that produce electricity at a site close to customers or that are tied to an electric distribution system. Using gas engines is going to be popular considering easy availiabity of gas and higher efficiency in compare to other methods. Zeta with support of European engineering company is able to design and execute projects with all type and size of gas engines.

Combined Heat and Power (CHP)

Combined heat and power (CHP), also known as cogeneration, is the sequential generation of usable heat and power (usually electricity) in a single process. The electricity is generated at or close to the end-use, allowing the capture and use of the resulting waste heat for site applications. CHP systems generate electricity and useful thermal energy in a single, integrated system. CHP is not a technology, but an approach to applying technologies. Heat that is normally wasted in conventional power generation is recovered as useful energy, avoiding the losses that would otherwise be incurred from separate generation of heat and power.