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  1. What is co-generation?
  2. Why cogeneration
  3. Types of plants
  4. Methods for cogeneration
  5. Geothermal power in Iceland
  6. Trigeneration
  7. Distributed generation
  8. Biogas powerplant
  9. Applications
  10. Concluding remarks

In this presentation you will learn a bit about Co-generation. It is the concept of producing two forms of energy from one fuel. Co-generation (also combined heat and power or CHP) is the use of a heat engine or a power station to simultaneously generate both electricity and useful heat. It is a way of producing energy locally and can be used instead of separate production of heat and electricity. It is also a more efficient way to use energy. There are two types of plants that are capable of co-generation. There is also something known as tri-generation. There are certain distinct advantages to these methods. Another alternate is a bio-gas power plant. The final point is a presentation on the applications of these methods of generating power.

[...] Concluding remarks Cogeneration improves energy efficiency . if heat is used in a proper way otherwise it is just a bad way of electricity production. Right dimensioning is crucial for economic application. Indicative bibliography proposed by Oboulo.com www.energymanagertraining.com/Presentations/3L_CHP/11_18Pages/06_VaibhavMaheshwarkar.doc http://www.tesplcogen.com/ www.aph.gov.au/LIBRARY/Pubs/RN/1998-99/99rn21.htm Co-generation What is co-generation? Concept of producing two forms of energy from one fuel. Co-generation (also combined heat and power or CHP) is the use of a heat engine or a power station to simultaneously generate both electricity and useful heat. [...]


[...] Types of Plants Topping cycle plants: Topping cycle plants produce electricity first, then the exhaust is used for heating. Bottoming Cycle plants: Bottoming cycle plants produce heat for an industrial process first, then electricity is produced using a waste heat recovery boiler. Methods For Cogeneration Geothermal power in Iceland Trigeneration Distributed Generation Biogas Powerplant Geothermal power in Iceland Trigeneration Trigeneration implies the simultaneous production of mechanical power (often converted to electricity), heat and cooling from a single heat source such as solar energy or fuel. [...]

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