Description: Developing and commercializing advanced micro gas turbines and applications. Formed in 2003 and located in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. MTT is fully focused on the development of a CHP system since mid-2008 when the development of the EnerTwin started. MTT has a highly-educated team of employees, all with PhD or MSc degrees, with specialisations in all engineering disciplines relevant for micro gas turbines, energy conversion and co-generation. Competences of MTT include gas turbine simulation and design, combustion technology, design and control of electrical drives, rotor dynamics (including bearings), mechanical design and product development. In addition to its personnel, MTT has an experienced and professional Supervisory Board and Advisory Board, with a balanced mix of seasoned captains of industry from industry, energy sector, accountancy, high-tech sector and installation companies.
Main tasks in FUDIPO: MTT will report on experience with micro CHP off-line application in WP3. Pilot test with micro CHP completed (WP3) will be also conducted and the company will report on experience with micro CHP plant application (WP4).
Luc Hamilton MSc, COO:
Graduated in Mechanical Engineering from the Technical University in Eindhoven in 1987. Until 2001 he held positions in management of energy and technology related projects at the Dutch Energy Research Institute (ECN). Since 2001, he worked as project manager for large European research projects on distributed energy. Within MTT, since 2005, he is responsible as COO for project management and technical co-ordination.
Mark Oostveen MSc:
Mark studied Aerospace Engineering at the Delft University of Technology and graduated mid 2006. From 2003 until 2004 he did his Master Thesis at the National Aerospace Laboratory on gas path analyses tools. From 2004 until 2006 he worked as part-time consultant on asset management support tools and the Gas turbine Simulation Program. Within MTT, Mark is responsible as Senior development Engineer for CHP application development and the execution of the EnerTwin field tests.