By cogeneration we mean the combined production of electricity and thermal energy in one plant. Cogeneration systems are known under the acronym CHP (Combined Heat and Power).
Normally, electricity and thermal energy are produced separately.
Thermal power plants are mainly used for the production of electricity, which disperse the resulting low-temperature thermal energy into the environment, while boilers are used for the production of thermal energy, which convert primary energy, which is fuel with high thermodynamic values, into thermal energy of reduced thermodynamic values.
If the User's needs require the simultaneous production of electricity and heat, instead of installing a boiler and buying electricity from the grid, modules, or cogeneration systems, can be installed.
Following the above, it is intuitive that such a system saves energy, which is a consequence of lower fuel consumption.
Advantages of the cogeneration system:
We also offer heat exchangers that come with cogeneration modules, resulting in a final product that fully meets the customer's needs.
We offer you "turnkey" for cogeneration modules - installation, commissioning and service services!
With each cogeneration module that we offer, it is possible to achieve trigeneration (combined production of thermal, cooling and electrical energy) by adding an absorption cooling device to the system.
Cogeneration and trigeneration modules are widely used:
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