Planning began in 2007 and 12 months later, the pilot plant had been built. In 2010, the system was upgraded to increase power output and make the system fully transportable. In 2014 the system was extended to incorporate fully automatic fuel storage and feeding, and given a control system upgrade facilitating almost total automation for a 24/7 generation. In 2015 the first commercial Refgas RG1000 units were ordered and Refgas went into production.
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