With thousands of installations worldwide, MTU Onsite Energy is a trusted name for agricultural operators, providing reliable heat, power and income. From backup power to continuous power, MTU Onsite Energy provides dependable diesel and gas power generation solutions that all types of farms — and their surrounding communities — count on every day.
With MTU Onsite Energy biogas combined heat and power (CHP) systems, farms can put organic material to efficient use. Using proven technology, our systems provide renewable energy with lower emissions and reduced lifecycle costs. In many countries, CHP plants are supported by the government and the produced electricity can be sold back to utilities at a guaranteed tariff rate to generate more revenue.
We offer solutions for backup power too. Reliable standby power, especially in rural settings, keeps agricultural operations running smoothly. Any power outage can cause serious financial implications and place entire crops or animal lives in danger. Our diesel generator sets cover a complete power range, featuring an industry-leading average load factor, reliability and availability.
MTU Report Story: Sweet smell of success
The air smells sweeter in Chile – or at least in the small town of Pichidegua – because MTU Onsite Energy in cooperation with the distributor Detroit Chile has built a modular CHP plant there.
MTU Report Story: Tutto di Parma
“There is no better ham in the world than our prosciutto di Parma.“ Gianni Giovanelli isn‘t just saying that, he is convinced of it.
YouTube Video: MTU Onsite Energy: Biogas cogeneration systems
With cogeneration systems running on biogas, farms and dairies produce onsite power and heat both economically and environmentally friendly. MTU Onsite Energy offers a full range of power solutions.
Diesel Generator Sets
MTU Onsite Energy diesel generator sets provide reliable solutions for your power generation needs.
Biogas and other gases
Today and in the future, our focus is on developing and implementing system solutions for producing energy from climate-neutral regenerative fuels: such as combined heat and power systems (CHP) for biogas.