Heat pump technology is efficient and mature. Capacities range from 20kW to 100kW for residential applications and even higher capacities for commercial applications. Industrial and district heating heat pumps reach capacities of several MW. Operating the unit when surplus electricity is available and storing that surplus energy in the form of heat provides significant demand response capacity to…read full business practice
Have you ever heard about ENOGIA?
We always like to go to Hannover Messe. It is a giant fair but if you give yourself some time to walk around without fixed meeting schedule, each year you can find…read full article
Kurze Darstellung wie Salzgitter Flachstahl GmbH eine Reduzierung des Stromverbrauchs um 53% bei der Distribution von Fernwaerme erzielt. Dies wurde durch den Einsatz neuer Pumpen mit einer bedarfsabhaengigen Pumpenregelung erreicht.read full business practice
Short description of how Salzgitter Flachstahl GmbH saved 53% of energy costs in their district heating operations. This has been achieved by a replacement of pumps with a new demand based pump control system.read full business practice
While including refrence cases, this paper describes the know-how from Turboden in design, development and maintenance of turbogenerators based on the ORC technology for Oil and Gas sector. Used in processes which include gas turbines exhaust gas, hot water from exhausted oil wells, associated petroleum gas an refinery hot streams.read full business practice
Short overview including reference cases: How Turboden ORC solutions make the majority of geothermal sources exploitable, due to its applicability at low temperatures and flexibility of the technology.read full business practice
New ST+P ORC approach leads to better ROI: Steam and Power ORC is a new technological solution for Combined Heat and Power (CHP) generation. It allows the production of electricity and a valuable high temperature heat carrier, such as steam, directly exploitable in manufacturing processes.read full business practice
On world average only 9% of electricity production comes from cogeneration or CHP. However, some countries are well above. For instance, Denmark has more than 60%.
Cogeneration can not only deliver economic benefits but also environmental ones (avoiding CO2 emissions). If that is the case, why are not more countries reaching the level of Denmark?
This paper describes the three main criteria…read full business practice
In this article, Matt Gutschow, co-founder of HeatCalc, provides some insights into the topic of heat exchanger fouling. What is fouling? What are the effects and what are solutions to prevent or at least control fouling in energy recovery projects using heat exchangers. Matt built his insights on the basis of hundreds of heat recovery projects in industry he has investigated over previous years.read full business practice