cogeneration Equipment in Greece

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Model CHP - Combined Heat and Power

by Minergy Corporation Limited     based in Neenah, UNITED KINGDOM

Combined Heat and Power (CHP) systems (also known as cogeneration) generate electricity (and/or mechanical energy) and thermal energy in a single, integrated system. This contrasts with the more typical practice where electricity is generated at a central power plant and on-site equipment is used to meet nonelectric energy requirements. CHP ...

Combined Heat and Power Plants

by AGO AG Energie + Anlagen     based in Kulmbach, GERMANY

Combined heat and power plants (CHPs) simultaneously generate electricity and heat on the basis of cogeneration. Due to a higher efficiency compared to the separate generation of electricity (e.g. coal-fired power plants) and heat (e.g., boiler with fuel oil or natural gas), this type of plant contributes to a reduction of the user’s energy ...

Model CHP Unit - Combined Heat & Power Units With Split

by Turboden srl     based in Brescia, ITALY

To date most of Turboden's projects are in the field of cogeneration from wood biomass. Turboden turbogenerators electric power output generally ranges between 400 kW and 2 MW. The Turboden split system allows maximising electric power production for a given biomass consumption.

Combined heat & Power Cogeneration

by VKK Standardkessel Köthen GmbH     based in Köthen, GERMANY

In combined heat and power (CHP) plants, both mechanical and thermal useful energy are simultaneously obtained from fuel energy via thermodynamic processes. As a rule, mechanical power is directly transformed into electric energy.

Combined Heat-Power-Refrigeration / Trigeneration

by AGO AG Energie + Anlagen     based in Kulmbach, GERMANY

Combined heat-power-refrigeration is one of our core competences. With an amount of more than 150 installed cogeneration modules in different performance classes in the past years, we gained vast experience and knowledge. We are perfectly acquainted with all commonly used types of fuel – natural gas, biogas, oil and wood chips.

Combined Heat & Power

by Edina Ltd.     based in Dublin, IRELAND

Combined Heat and Power, or CHP as it is more commonly referred to, is the simultaneous generation of usable heat and power (usually electricity) in a single process. In other words, it utilizes the heat produced in electricity generation rather than releasing it wastefully into the atmosphere. CHP is also sometimes referred to as co-generation. ...

Combined Heat and Power Plant

by Nehlsen International     based in Bremen, GERMANY

The decision to construct this power plant was made in May 2005; and since summer 2007, the Combined Heat and Power Plant has been supplying the company Pfanni, manufacturer of potato-based instant products, with process steam and electrical power by means of a co-generation system.By utilising around 95 000 tonnes of refuse-derived fuel, the ...

Combined Heat & Power (CHP)

by Pro Enviro Ltd.     based in Rugby, UNITED KINGDOM

Combined heat and power (CHP) is a way of using the heat from power production for increased efficiency. Conventional energy generation can be very wasteful of heat, even in modern coal and gas fired power stations, where possibly only a third of the energy used to power the stations goes directly to energy production, the other two thirds is ...

Combined Heat & Power (CHP)

by Biomass Power Limited (BPL)     based in Stafford, UNITED KINGDOM

Combined Heat and Power is a very efficient way of utilising the energy released from steam. Via the turbine for power and by extracting heat from the uncondensed, condensed or indirectly heated water of the steam cycle. Rather than producing as much power as possible, the approach is combined to ensure that power is produced at the correct ...

Combined Heat and Power (CHP)

by AEV Energy GmbH     based in Dresden, GERMANY

A CHP (Combined Heat and Power) station is a combination of a combustion engine, a generator and a cooling and control system. It may use an engine with spark ignition for the combustion of gases (natural gas, liquid petroleum gas, biogas etc.) or a diesel engine for the combustion of liquid fuels (diesel oil, heating oil, vegetable oil, fats ...

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