Convion develops fuel cell systems based on Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) technology for distributed power generation and industrial self-generation purposes. Convion’s SOFC products are designed for electrical power output in range of 50-300 kW and to make possible clean and highly efficient way to generate power. Convion systems are well suited to combined heat and power generation.
Convion designs SOFC systems for power security, competitiveness of life cycle costs, grid and fuel flexibility and minimal emissions.
Convion C60 is a modular power generator capable of combined heat and power generation. It has an industry leading electrical efficiency and it can be configured for operating with different fuel gas compositions such as natural gas or biogas. Modular architecture makes possible installation of multiple C60 units in parallel for desired level of power output and redundancy. Each module is a separate generator, able to operate independently and autonomously, yet connected for remote management and monitoring. C60 is designed to be installed parallel to the power grid but it is capable of disconnecting from the grid and securing critical power loads in case of a grid outage. A general specification of the C60 product is given in the table below:
* As quantified in reference ambient temperature 288,15 K (15 °C) and pressure 101,325 kPa
** Heat recovery unit is an optional accessory