Support for your combined heat and power plant
We offer power producers the opportunity to rely on sustainable energy. For this purpose, we develop combined heat and power plants that make full use of the energy produced on site. We also offer support for existing plants.
Combined heat and power plants have a modular structure and are used to generate electrical energy and heat. They are preferably operated where the heat is actually consumed. In this way, it is possible to feed the useful heat into the district heating network. Combined heat and power plants use the principle of combined heat and power. The generator is powered by internal combustion engines, gas turbines or Stirling engines.
Combined heat and power plants have the advantage that they have a higher total efficiency than is the case with the usual combination of local heating and central power plant. The waste heat generated during power generation is used directly on site. The efficiency of power generation is between 25 and 38 percent, depending on how big the plant is.
Our range of combined heat and power plants
If you want to use the waste heat completely locally, you can achieve a total efficiency of 80 to 90 percent using a combined heat and power plant using primary energy.
Our usual CHP modules have electrical outputs of one kilowatt (kW) up to several tens of megawatts (MW). Modules below 50 kW are mini combined heat and power (mini-CHP) and for micro-CHPs below 15 kW. But you can also order systems with less than 2.5 kW from us.
They are also called nano-CHP. The mini and micro-CHP is mainly used in residential and business quarters, swimming pools, hospitals and apartment buildings. But also companies and settlements benefit from them. Models of our Nano CHP class are also suitable for single-family homes.
Also, combined heat and power plants benefit from the combined heat and power of combined heat and power plants, with a typical electrical power output of just several hundred MW.
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