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Technology that saves energy

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The MAN Power Engineering business is a leading supplier of large-bore diesel and gas engines, turbomachinery, and gear units. With a workforce of more than 17,000 people, it offers customers tailored solutions designed to reduce fuel consumption and emissions.

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Technology that saves energy

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The MAN Power Engineering business is a leading supplier of large-bore diesel and gas engines, turbomachinery, and gear units. With a workforce of more than 17,000 people, it offers customers tailored solutions designed to reduce fuel consumption and emissions.

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MAN Power Engineering business areas


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MAN Diesel & Turbo

is one of the world’s leading developers and manufacturers of large-bore diesel and gas engines and turbomachinery.

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Renk

is a globally recognized manufacturer of high-quality special gear units, propulsion components, and testing systems. MAN holds a 76 percent stake in Renk AG.

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Committed to continuous product optimization


We work to continuously reduce the negative environmental impacts of our products by improving their efficiency and reducing their emissions. We refine and optimize existing solutions in an ongoing process.

Would you like to learn more?
Click on some examples of our products.

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Winner of the
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New engine
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Low-emission
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Our “Slow-Steaming — Optimization with De-Rating and Propeller Upgrade” concept for fuel-efficient marine propulsion was honored with the 2015 Green Ship Technology Award.
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Two new spark-ignited two-stage turbocharged gas engines, the 35/44G TS and 51/60G TS, have now been added to MAN’s extensive portfolio of natural gas engines.
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The MGT6000 family of industrial gas turbines is optimized for resource-efficient combined heat and power generation and for use as a highly efficient mechanical drive system, for example in compressors.
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With this award, our “Slow-Steaming — Optimization with De-Rating and Propeller Upgrade” was hailed as the most innovative marine environmental protection solution of the year. This technology allows shipping companies to operate their ships at slower speeds to save fuel.

Tests show that slow steaming can offer fuel savings of up to 17.5%, resulting in lower costs and reduced CO₂ and nitrogen oxide emissions.

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With an output of 20.7 megawatts and a mechanical efficiency of over 50%, the new 51/60G TS is currently the most powerful gas engine on the market. It can be operated energy-efficiently and with low emissions on a wide range of gas qualities. Optimized operating modes offer efficiencies of over 90% in combined heat and power applications.

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With achievable overall efficiencies of well over 80%, the MGT gas turbines provide optimal conversion of the energy content of the natural gas into useful work thanks to efficient waste heat recovery.

Four gas turbines from the latest range, the MGT6200, went into service at the beginning of 2016 in a new gas-fired power plant at SAIC Volkswagen Automotive Company Ltd. in Shanghai. This facility supplies combined heat and power for vehicle production at the plant and replaces the site’s previous coal-fired boilers.

The MAN turbines meet around 25% of the energy needs of what is one of the country’s biggest car production plants, while emitting around 59,000 tonnes less CO₂ annually than the previous coal-fired CHP plant.

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Winner of the Green Ship Technology Award
Our “Slow-Steaming — Optimization with De-Rating and Propeller Upgrade” concept for fuel-efficient marine propulsion was honored with the 2015 Green Ship Technology Award.

With this award, our “Slow-Steaming — Optimization with De-Rating and Propeller Upgrade” was hailed as the most innovative marine environmental protection solution of the year. This technology allows shipping companies to operate their ships at slower speeds to save fuel.

Tests show that slow steaming can offer fuel savings of up to 17.5%, resulting in lower costs and reduced CO₂ and nitrogen oxide emissions.

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New engine range offers high efficiency
Two new spark-ignited two-stage turbocharged gas engines, the 35/44G TS and 51/60G TS, have now been added to MAN’s extensive portfolio of natural gas engines.

With an output of 20.7 megawatts and a mechanical efficiency of over 50%, the new 51/60G TS is currently the most powerful gas engine on the market. It can be operated energy-efficiently and with low emissions on a wide range of gas qualities. Optimized operating modes offer efficiencies of over 90% in combined heat and power applications.

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Low-emission gas turbines
The MGT6000 family of industrial gas turbines is optimized for resource-efficient combined heat and power generation and for use as a highly efficient mechanical drive system, for example in compressors.

With achievable overall efficiencies of well over 80%, the MGT gas turbines provide optimal conversion of the energy content of the natural gas into useful work thanks to efficient waste heat recovery.

Four gas turbines from the latest range, the MGT6200, went into service at the beginning of 2016 in a new gas-fired power plant at SAIC Volkswagen Automotive Company Ltd. in Shanghai. This facility supplies combined heat and power for vehicle production at the plant and replaces the site’s previous coal-fired boilers.

The MAN turbines meet around 25% of the energy needs of what is one of the country’s biggest car production plants, while emitting around 59,000 tonnes less CO₂ annually than the previous coal-fired CHP plant.

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Taking responsibility at our sites


We see ourselves as part of society and aim to be a good corporate citizen at all our production sites. In the communities where we operate, we pay attention to climate protection and resource conservation and work actively to help build a more sustainable future.

Would you like to learn more?
Click on the selected activities carried out at our sites in 2015.

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Waste heat recovery in
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Aurangabad celebrates
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Testing large-bore engines is a highly energy-intensive activity, so we aim to recover as much of the waste heat generated during testing as possible. For this purpose, our Danish site in Frederikshavn officially inaugurated a waste heat recovery system in the fall of 2015. The recovered waste heat is supplied via the district heating network to local homes in the town of Frederikshavn. This system reduces energy wastage and CO₂ emissions, while the closedloop water cooling system also cuts water consumption — representing another step toward more sustainable production at our sites.

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In 2015, MAN expanded its long-standing and successful partnership with SOS Children‘s Villages with a project between MAN Diesel & Turbo’s Augsburg site and the local SOS Children’s Village. In addition to donating funds and useful items, our employees in Augsburg have also been generous in volunteering to help this charity, giving more than 120 hours of their time to date.

Initiatives have included a cooking course for single mothers organized by the MAN cafeteria. The trainees from the MAN Vocational Training Center also pitched in, making a weatherproof donation basket and installing it at the entrance of the facility. Here people can donate useful items they no longer need for distribution to underprivileged families in the region. The partnership between MAN Diesel & Turbo and the SOS Children’s Village will lead to further projects in the future, giving our employees more opportunities to volunteer their time and skills.

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Over the past 25 years our site in Aurangabad, India, has evolved from a small assembly plant with a workforce of 23 people into one of the largest technology and IT centers for small engines outside Europe. Today, the plant employs approximately 380 people, making MAN an important employer in the region.

The anniversary celebrations in 2015 included a grand family day, sports events, children’s activities, guided tours of the plant, and a gala evening.

Highlights from the celebrations

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Waste heat recovery in Frederikshavn

Testing large-bore engines is a highly energy-intensive activity, so we aim to recover as much of the waste heat generated during testing as possible. For this purpose, our Danish site in Frederikshavn officially inaugurated a waste heat recovery system in the fall of 2015. The recovered waste heat is supplied via the district heating network to local homes in the town of Frederikshavn. This system reduces energy wastage and CO₂ emissions, while the closedloop water cooling system also cuts water consumption — representing another step toward more sustainable production at our sites.

A close partnership with SOS Children’s Villages in Augsburg

In 2015, MAN expanded its long-standing and successful partnership with SOS Children‘s Villages with a project between MAN Diesel & Turbo’s Augsburg site and the local SOS Children’s Village. In addition to donating funds and useful items, our employees in Augsburg have also been generous in volunteering to help this charity, giving more than 120 hours of their time to date.

Initiatives have included a cooking course for single mothers organized by the MAN cafeteria. The trainees from the MAN Vocational Training Center also pitched in, making a weatherproof donation basket and installing it at the entrance of the facility. Here people can donate useful items they no longer need for distribution to underprivileged families in the region. The partnership between MAN Diesel & Turbo and the SOS Children’s Village will lead to further projects in the future, giving our employees more opportunities to volunteer their time and skills.

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Aurangabad celebrates 25th anniversary

Over the past 25 years our site in Aurangabad, India, has evolved from a small assembly plant with a workforce of 23 people into one of the largest technology and IT centers for small engines outside Europe. Today, the plant employs approximately 380 people, making MAN an important employer in the region.

The anniversary celebrations in 2015 included a grand family day, sports events, children’s activities, guided tours of the plant, and a gala evening.

Highlights from the celebrations

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