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Cogeneration with natural gas

Source: Jenbacher Energiesysteme, Ltd.
Cogeneration with natural gas
In most cases cogeneration is used for heating purposes
In most cases cogeneration is used for heating purposes. The heat can be used for single buildings or is fed into a district heating network.

The temperature in the flow direction from the cogeneration plant is normally 90° C (194° F), in the return direction about 70° C (158° F).

To compensate for fluctuations of heat demand during operation, a hot water accumulator is necessary. To supply heat during peak demand periods a peak boiler is added.

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