Less CAPEX, OPEX, and CO₂ emissions ― H-25 as best solution for district heating
The combined heat and power plant, also being referred to as “cogeneration” is optimized solution for district heating. The introduction of a cogeneration system using the H-25 gas turbine generator unit and a heat recovery steam generator (HRSG) effectively use fuel to generate power, as well as steam and hot water necessary for district heating with less investment.
- Minimum capital and operating expenditures for a highly efficient heat and power supply
- Satisfying heat and power demand while reducing CO₂ emissions in the region
- Assisting customer’s intention of seeking finance aid at early stage of its project
Minimum capital and operating expenditures for a highly efficient heat and power supply
The combined heat and power system configured with the H-25 gas turbine and an HRSG delivers an effective supply of power as well as steam and hot water from the recovered exhaust heat, achieving an overall plant efficiency of 84%.
The system enables to reduce the power supply from other aged power plants using boilers and steam turbines. This not only satisfies the heat and power demand in the region, but also reduces natural gas use and CO₂ emissions in the region.
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